Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults in Wales
Published by Ben Aslet for Capita Conferences in Care and Support and also in Housing, Local Government
The forthcoming Social Care Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Bill plans to reform and integrate social services whilst establishing a stronger national direction for the safeguarding and protection of vulnerable adults and those at-risk. Ahead of the implementation of this legislation, stakeholders must now prepare to revise their provision to ensure high quality, robust services are provided to those adults in need of protection.
Our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults in Wales Conference will update you on delivering effective and joined-up services in key areas including the prevention of domestic abuse, identification of those at-risk and supporting those with complex needs.
Bringing together local authorities, safeguarding boards, police, health and the voluntary sector, leading stakeholders will share their best practice approaches to addressing key topics including:
- Integrated working between services and regions
- Involving service users, families and carers in decision making processes and outcomes
- Supporting professionals to identify those at-risk and vulnerable
- Understanding legal frameworks and challenges with self-neglect
- Embedding multi-agency approaches to safeguarding vulnerable adults and information sharing
Attend this event to benchmark your safeguarding provision and ensure that protection of vulnerable adults in your area is robust, fit for purpose and fully integrated to deliver the best outcomes.
or contact Ben Aslet / 0207 960 7711 / firstname.lastname@example.org