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Domestic Abuse, Trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences – Older People Focus
Following the November ‘21 Cornwall & Isles of Scilly SAB conference ‘Domestic Abuse and Older People’, the Learning and Development subgroup are arranging a number of additional webinars. The first will be delivered by Anna Moss and Vanessa Fudge on 18th March 2022, 2-4pm. This is an online workshop via Microsoft Teams.
Please book your Eventbrite ticket. The direct Microsoft Teams link to access the event will be confirmed to those who register nearer the event.
This webinar will explore:
- Trauma – definitions, prevalence and impact
- Trauma Informed Approaches – avoiding re-traumatization and consideration of own practice
- Changes in older adulthood that might impact on trauma responses
- The dynamics of Domestic Abuse, why older people could be at higher risk of Coercive Control and the barriers to leaving
- Trauma, Dementia and Domestic Abuse
- Domestic Homicide Reviews and older people
- Engaging and Supporting older people around Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence
Managers and Leaders Safeguarding Training
New dates are now available for the Safeguarding training for Managers and Leaders in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly – available dates and online booking is available here
Following the Safeguarding training for Managers and Leaders, it is expected that attendees will have demonstrable knowledge and skills in managing safeguarding concerns in a person-centred way, ensuring their teams work positively to safeguard adults who may be at risk of harm within their individual practice, systems, training, cultures and policies and procedures.
Please note this is a full day and the session will be delivered over Microsoft Teams.
Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Safeguarding Adults Board (CIoS SAB) has commissioned the training to support our partners and local agencies to meet the competencies agreed within the multi-agency Competency Framework.
Mental Capacity Act Lunch & Learn sessions - 2022 dates
Click the links to sign-up on Eventbrite: 8 March 12pm, 29 March 12pm, 5 April 12pm, 26 April 12pm
The sessions will focus on the 5 statutory principles of the MCA, and how this can be applied in practice. A number of cautionary practice examples will be presented to demonstrate when the act has been misinterpreted or wrongly applied. The aim is to support practitioners to build confidence and understanding of how they should be using MCA within day-to-day practice and how they can avoid making the same mistakes. Each session will last 1.5 hours with Paul presenting examples drawn from his 15 years of close working with the MCA in order to demonstrate that at its heart this legislation is not as complex as many seem to believe.
!! As there is a high demand we ask that you please cancel your ticket if you are no longer able to attend as soon as you are able, to free up the slot for others who would like to do this training!!
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