Readers of this evidence-informed, practical guide will develop an understanding of e-safety and online safeguarding and learn how to understand and identify risks for adults online, critically evaluate relevant online safeguarding issues on a case-by-case basis and develop practical and effective online safeguarding plans.
Drawing on research, theory and practice examples, this guide covers a range of relevant topics including online gaming and gambling, online radicalisation, exploitation, bullying and crime.
This is an essential guide for social work students and experienced practitioners, and any professional involved in safeguarding adults and older people, helping them to plan, mitigate and manage the effects and consequences of online safeguarding plans.
Head of Service for Quality Assurance and Principal Social Worker at Wiltshire Council and Fellow of the National Institute of Health Research
e-Professionalism and ethics of social media for adult social workers;
Online communities and peer support in adult social work;
Social media and marginalisation;
Online gaming, gambling and internet addiction;
Online exploitation and abuse in adult social work;
Social media, impairment and assistive technology;
The future of technology and online safeguarding in adult social work.