Explain why particular individuals and groups may be vulnerable to abuse.Understand the factors that contribute to the incidence of abuse and harm to self and others 1.1 explain why particular individuals and groups may be vulnerable to abuse and or harm to self and others.

LO1 : Understand the factors that contribute to the incidence of abuse and harm to self and others 1.1 explain why particular individuals and groups may be vulnerable to abuse and or harm to self and others.
1.2 review individual risk factors, which may lead to incidence of abuse and/or harm to self and others.

1.3 analyse the impact of social and cultural factors on different types of abuse such as physical, emotional, sexual and alcohol and drug abuse

LO2: Understand current legislation, policy and professional involvement regarding abuse in health and social care contexts 2.1 analyse the strengths and weaknesses in current national and local legislations and policies relating to those vulnerable to abuse.
2.2 explain how a range of professionals are involved in the protection of individuals and groups vulnerable to abuse.

LO3: Understand working practice and strategies used to minimise abuse in health and social care 3.1 explain existing working practices such as communication skills and others and how strategies are designed to minimise abuse in health and social care contexts.
3.2 evaluate the effectiveness of working practices and strategies such as working in partnership with users of health and social care services and others are used to minimise abuse in health and social care contexts.

3.3 discuss possible improvements to working practices such as anti-discriminatory practices etc. and also strategies to minimise abuse in health and social care context

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Approximately 250 words