- How do you manage disclosures?
- What are the do’s and don’ts of disclosure?
- What 3 things should you avoid if a child makes a disclosure?
- What is disclosure in safeguarding?
- What are the 4 R’s of child protection?
- How do you respond to a child making a disclosure?
- What is disclosure abuse?
- Which type of abuse is hardest to detect?
- How do you respond to a disclosure of abuse?
How do you manage disclosures?
Basic guidelines for dealing with disclosuresStay calm and listen.Go slowly.Reassure them that they have not done anything wrong.Be supportive.Gather essential facts.Tell what will happen next.Report.Make notes..
What are the do’s and don’ts of disclosure?
Listen carefully, gently and patiently rather than asking questions. If you do ask for more information use TED: ‘tell me…’ ‘explain to me…’ ‘describe…’ this should mean you do not ask leading questions. Encourage them to talk and listen to them. Be non-judgmental.
What 3 things should you avoid if a child makes a disclosure?
Don’t make promises that you can’t be sure to keep, e.g. “everything will be all right now”. Reassure the child that they did nothing wrong and that you take what is said seriously. Don’t promise confidentiality – never agree to keep secrets. You have a duty to report your concerns.
What is disclosure in safeguarding?
A disclosure is when a girl tells you something that has affected her, for example about instances of abuse. Part of what Girlguiding does is offer girls a safe space to be themselves and say what they think. As a Girlguiding volunteer, the girls in your unit will trust you.
What are the 4 R’s of child protection?
As many as 1 in 3 children sexually abused by an adult never tells anyone, so it’s absolutely crucial that, if you even occasionally work with children, you’re aware of the 4 R’s of child protection – Recognise, Respond, Report, and Record.
How do you respond to a child making a disclosure?
What to do during the disclosureGive the child or young person your full attention.Maintain a calm appearance.Don’t be afraid of saying the “wrong” thing.Reassure the child or young person it is right to tell.More items…
What is disclosure abuse?
• an adult discloses concerns about the behaviour of another adult, child or adult at risk, • you notice signs of potential abuse of a child or adult at risk. There may also be situations where you are informed of or observe behaviour which is inappropriate and may potentially lead to abuse.
Which type of abuse is hardest to detect?
Emotional or psychological abuse Emotional abuse often coexists with other forms of abuse, and it is the most difficult to identify.
How do you respond to a disclosure of abuse?
What to say to a child and how to respondListen carefully to what they’re saying. … Give them the tools to talk. … Let them know they’ve done the right thing by telling you. … Tell them it’s not their fault. … Say you’ll take them seriously. … Don’t confront the alleged abuser. … Explain what you’ll do next.More items…