How do you respond to safeguarding disclosure?
- Stay calm.
- Listen carefully.
- Ask questions for clarification.
- Inform child you will have to pass information on.
- Record in writing.
- Report to Designated Safeguarding Contact as soon as possible.
What are should you remember when handling a disclosure?
Reassure the child, but only so far as is honest and reliable. 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.
How would you respond to a disclosure?
How to respond. You should respond to a disclosure by being calm and listening carefully and non judgmentally. Let the child tell their story freely and in their own way. Acknowledge how difficult it may have been to disclose and reassure the child or young person that it was the right thing to do.
What do you do when your child makes a disclosure?
What to do during the disclosure
- Give 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.
Which 3 things should you avoid if a child makes a disclosure?
- promise confidentiality.
- ask leading or probing questions.
- repeatedly question or ask the girl to repeat the disclosure.
- discuss the disclosure with people who do not need to know.
- delay in reporting the disclosure to the Safeguarding team.
What are the do’s and don’ts of disclosure?
Pressurise the individual for more details • Ignore what you have been told. Promise to keep secrets – or make promises you can not keep. Do not contact or confront the alleged abuser. Don’t contaminate or remove any evidence.
What are the 3 Do’s when someone discloses abuse to you?
What you should do if someone discloses abuse to you
- stay calm and listen to them.
- take what you are being told seriously.
- reassure them they have done the right thing by telling you.
- where possible, make sure that evidence is preserved as this might be needed.
- make a written note of what you have been told.
What are the 5 forms of disclosure?
CHCPRT001 – Forms of disclosure
- Direct. Sometimes children will tell you directly that they are being abused or neglected. …
- Indirect. …
- Physical signs.
What a disclosure is?
Disclosure is the process of making facts or information known to the public. Proper disclosure by corporations is the act of making its customers, investors, and any people involved in doing business with the company aware of pertinent information.
When someone is making a disclosure to you listen and be?
So, if someone does confide in you, it’s important that you listen carefully to what you’re being told. Be aware of your body language and tone of voice; stay calm and try not to let the disbelief or shock you may feel show.
How do you respond to indirect disclosure?
During the Disclosure
- Avoid denial. A common reaction to a child’s disclosure is denial. …
- Provide a safe environment. Make sure the setting is confidential and comfortable. …
- Reassure your child. …
- Listen and don’t make assumptions. …
- Do not interrogate.