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 ⇒ Level 4 Certificate in Principles of Leadership and Management for Adult Care (RQF) ⇒ Unit 13: Safeguarding and Protection in Adult Care ⇒ 3.2 Analyse the impact on safety, dignity, relationships and wellbeing if restrictive practices are used

3.2 Analyse the impact on safety, dignity, relationships and wellbeing if restrictive practices are used

Qualification: Level 4 Certificate in Principles of Leadership and Management for Adult Care (RQF)
Unit: Unit 13: Safeguarding and Protection in Adult Care
Learning outcome: 3 Understand restrictive practices
Assessment criteria: 3.2 Analyse the impact on safety, dignity, relationships and wellbeing if restrictive practices are used

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  • The impact of restrictive practices on an individual’s safety includes:
    • individuals may be prevented from causing harm to themselves or others
    • when not carried out correctly, restrictive practices have the potential of physically harming an individual
  • The impact of restrictive practices on an individual’s dignity includes:
    • the individual may feel undervalued and disrespected
    • the individual may be exposed
    • when restrictive practices are used, an individual’s dignity should be maintained as much as possible as
  • The impact of restrictive practices on an individual’s relationships and well-being include:
    • an individual may be unable to make their own decisions
    • an individual may not have control over their lives
    • an individual may have negative feelings toward the individual that is implementing the restrictive practices
    • individuals are more vulnerable and so more likely to be abused
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