Dignity in care
Stand up for dignity
Dignity in care is supported by law and by processes enabling people to address the absence of dignity.
Abuse: If you have concerns that a vulnerable person is being abused you should report it immediately in order to protect that person.
For more information see the Abuse section.
Encouraging staff to raise concerns about poor practice or abuse within an organisation without fear of reprisals.
Encouraging an open and responsive approach to complaints; enabling people to raise their concerns freely.
The information here outlines immediate action that should be taken if abuse is suspected.
Supporting people’s rights to dignity and respect when using health and social care services.
Promoting standards people can expect from a service that supports dignity – and guidance on how to meet them
Improving the value and status of care work to support mutual respect.