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© Folens 2009 Safeguarding individuals quiz 1. Who is responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of children? d) Everyone is responsible for safeguarding children. 2. Individuals are only harmed by physical abuse. True or false? b) False. Individuals are at risk of harm from physical, emotional, sexual and financial abuse as well as from isolation and neglect.
© Folens 2009 Safeguarding individuals quiz 3. Only men sexually abuse. True or false? b) False. Both women and men may sexually abuse individuals of any age. However, it is thought that more sexual abuse is carried out by men. 4. Children don’t usually tell others that they are abused because: d) All of the statements – they don’t think they will be believed, they are frightened, they may love their abuser – are valid reasons as to why children do not tell others that they are being abused.
© Folens 2009 Safeguarding individuals quiz 5. What are the government guidelines that cover work with child protection called? b) The Children Act 2004 is the legislation which protects children. 6. All age groups are safeguarded from abuse by legislation. True or false? b) False. Only children are protected through legislation. There are guidelines for other groups but these are not legal requirements.
© Folens 2009 Safeguarding individuals quiz 7. People can only be abused by individuals. True or false? b) False. People may be abused by individuals, couples or groups of people. A child being physically abused by their father with the knowledge of their mother is also being abused by her as she is failing to protect them. 8. What should you do if you suspect a client in the residential home you are working in is being abused. c) Always tell a supervisor or teacher if you suspect that someone is being abused.
© Folens 2009 Safeguarding individuals 9. A vulnerable adult could be abused by: d) A carer, another service user, a family member – anyone can be an abuser. 10. Bruises are not always an indication of physical abuse. a) True. Bruises can occur accidentally. Non-accidental bruising can be identified from where the bruises appear on the body and the pattern of bruising, for example, through bite marks.
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