To report a safeguarding concern by phone ring our First Point of Contact team on 03Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm, and Friday 9am to 4pm. If . The Keeping Adults Safe in Shropshire Network brings together representatives of each of the main organisations responsible for helping and protecting adults with care and support needs; who are at risk of or experiencing abuse or neglect. Our vision is that Shropshire is a place where adults with care and support needs as well as children live a life free from abuse or neglect.
Multi-agency safeguarding adult arrangements Shropshire Local Authority has lead responsibility for adult safeguarding and co-chairs the Safeguarding Adults Board. This Board consists of stakeholder partners including social services, health, police, the voluntary sector and care homes. What is an adult at risk? Apr 23, · The bodies overseeing children’s and adults’ safeguarding in Shropshire are to be merged in a bid to improve wellbeing of people with care needs and foster a more joined-up approach between.
Trust Commitment to Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust recognises that vulnerable adults have a right to be protected from harm, abuse and neglect and we work closely with other organisations to achieve this. This is called 'Safeguarding'. For further information please contact the Adult Safeguarding Team. The Adult Safeguarding Process in Shropshire has been updated and published on the Keeping Adults Safe in Shropshire website multi-agency policies and procedures page. Please ensure that the link to the document is disseminated throughout your organisations and networks.