Adult Safeguarding Conference
“Safeguarding adults at risk of abuse or neglect is one of the most important things that Social Services and their partners do.” – Association of Directors of Adult Social Services
Protecting vulnerable adults from harm is a key responsibility of local government and their partner agencies. Since the 2014 Care Act, the role of local authorities has expanded significantly in what is a highly complex and constantly evolving field. Adult safeguarding covers everything from nursing home safety and domestic abuse to social isolation and fraud against older people. With such a wide range of issues to address, it is vital that councils, the NHS and the police pool their resources and expertise to deliver comprehensive local strategies. As no two adult safeguarding cases are the same, Safeguarding Adults Boards are increasingly looking to provide flexible policies which deliver people centred services and outcome focused approaches.
But with increasing pressure on council and the recent CQC report “The State of Adult Social Care Services” highlighting serious safety concerns, what does the future hold for adult safeguarding?
Join is for the Adult Safeguarding Conference where a panel of expert speakers will discuss how adult services can continue to adapt and improve. Fully understand the main principles underpinning adult safeguarding, understand your organisations legal obligations to vulnerable adults and identify opportunities to collaborate with other agencies in order to improve services.
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