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P5, M3 and D2 - assess strategies and methods used to minimise the harm to children, young people and their families where abuse is confirmed - Extended Diploma
This piece of work is to help with the P5, M3 and D2 for Unit 10 Health and Social Care - My teacher has signed this assignment off which means that it does meet the grading criteria. Hope it helps, all the best.
Please take note that this document cannot be copied and I would appreciate if you respect my work and use it to help yourself, however, please put it in your own words rather than copy. This piece of work is for guidance purposes.
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Meets the grading criterias:
P5 - explain the strategies and
methods that can be used
to support children, young
people and their families
where abuse is suspected or
M3 - assess strategies and methods
used to minimise the harm to
children, young people and
their families where abuse is
D2 -justify responses where child
maltreatment or abuse is
suspected or confirmed,
referring to current legislation
Hope this helps. Wish you all the best.
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