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Abuse Experienced by Adults
P1: Describe forms of abuse which may be experienced by adults
P2: Describe indicators that abuse may be happening to adults

Abuse can be a singular act or multiple acts. Abuse can occur in any relationship and can be the direct result of deliberate intent, ignorance or neglect. It may be a criminal offence, such as rape, assault or theft.

Abuse can occur anywhere:

* In public places
* In the victims own home
* At work
* In hospital
* In places of worship
* In care homes
* At day care

The abuser can be anyone, a man or a woman. An abuser could be a

* Neighbour
* Someone who goes to the day centre
* Family member
* Volunteer
* Paid health or social care worker
* Teacher
* Clergyman

Type Of Abuse | Definition Of The Abuse | Example Of The Abuse | Indicators Of The Abuse |
Physical | Physical abuse is a form of abuse involving contact that is intended to cause feelings of intimidation, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm.Physical abuse can occur through withholding care, preventing access to healthcare or applying inappropriate techniques or treatments. It can include forced isolation and confinement, for example, people being locked in their room, and inappropriate methods of restraint. | Striking, punching, pushing, pulling slapping, biting, whipping, striking with an object, kicking, tripping, kneeing, strangling, rape, placing in stress positions (tied or otherwise forced), and withholding food or medication. | Injuries that are not fully explained, such as (unexplained bruises, lacerations, cuts, burns, bite marks, fractures etc.), drug/alcohol misuse, depression, isolation, exhibiting untypical self-harm, suicidal, nightmares/flashbacks, low self-esteem, low confidence, fear, panic attacks, mistrust, medical conditions which are…...

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