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Fear of Retaliation
Fear of Retaliation

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Introduction Welcome Preworkshop Questionnaire Learning Objectives Acknowledge that fear of retaliation is a reality for people who must rely on others to meet their needs What is Retaliation ID: 540169 Download Presentation

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Fear of RetaliationSlide2

Introduction

Welcome!Pre-workshop QuestionnaireLearning Objectives

Acknowledge that fear of retaliation is a reality for people who must rely on others to meet their needs.Slide3

What is Retaliation?Slide4

Who May be Involved?Slide5

Legal Background

Retaliation is not only a poor practiceIt also violates the lawLet’s review the regulations in Wisconsin Slide6

Activity: Depending on Others

Richard’s StoryCathleen’s Story

Activity: A Victim of Retaliation

Barbara’s StorySlide7

Goals that Discourage Retaliation

Residents, staff, family members and others understand that retaliation is never acceptable.

People who feel they are victims of retaliation and their families know where to safely seek help.

Staff who observe or suspect retaliation against a person in their care: a) understand their responsibility to report it and b) know to whom they must report.

Facilities are clear in actions and words that retaliation by any person against another is not tolerated. Slide8

Best Practices for Reaching Goals

Residents, staff, family members and others understand that retaliation is never acceptable.

Care

facilities introduce training about fear of retaliation and prevention to all parties that could be involved

Care facilities review resident rights with residents, family members and staff at staff orientation, resident admission, and annual continuing

educationSlide9

Best Practices for Reaching Goals

2. Residents who feel that they are victims of retaliation

and their

families know where to safely seek help.

Care

facilities ensure that residents and others are made aware of anti-retaliation resources at resident admission and new employee

orientation

Care

facilities post information about internal processes for addressing resident grievances including

retaliation

Care

facilities post contact information for outside agencies that can help

residentsSlide10

Best Practices for Reaching Goals

3. Staff who observe or suspect retaliation against a person in their care: a) understand their responsibility to report it and b) know to whom they must report.

Care facilities have written procedures in place that:

explain resident rights

outline caregivers’ responsibility to report suspected abuse and neglect (including retaliation)

remind

caregivers that there is no tolerance for failure to report

 Slide11

Best Practices for Reaching Goals

4. Facilities are clear in actions and words that retaliation by any person against another is not tolerated.

Supervisors and managers:

maintain awareness of the potential for retaliation

spend time with both residents and staff during each shift when possible

pay special attention to those in their care who may be at particular risk for retaliationSlide12

Final Steps

Activity: What You Can Do Re-visit the Pre-workshop QuestionnaireReview Learning Objectives Slide13

Closing

At the end of your guide, remember:Resources & ReferencesLegal CitationsThank you for your participation today!Slide14

In Appreciation…

Special thanks to the following agencies:- Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long Term Care- Connecticut Board on Aging and Long Term Care- Connecticut Department of Social Services Office of Organizational and Skill Development - Wisconsin DHS Division of

Quality AssuranceSlide15

d

eveloped by

The Wisconsin Caregiver Project

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Center for Career Development (CCDET)

www.uwosh.edu/ccdet/caregiver