Safeguarding Adults

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Safeguarding means protecting individual’s health, comfort as well as human rights including enabling them to live free from harm, abuse as well as neglect. It is important to high quality health and social care. Safeguarding adults includes: Defending their rights to live in security, free from abuse including neglect. Individuals as well as organisations working together to stop the risk of abuse as well as neglect, and to prevent them from happening. Making sure individual’s wellbeing is encouraged, taking their wishes, views, feelings including principles into account. This policy was made to prevent a number of damage and danger of harm with stopping individuals that are not suitable in the setting to work with children including vulnerable
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