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News and updates for Adult Safeguarding Summit 2018: Improving Adult Safeguarding Practice Decision Making, User Involvement & Outcomes

Making Safeguarding Personal: What does good look like?
Teresa Kippax,
National Advisor Safeguarding Children and Adults, Care Quality Commission
Pre event abstract
CQC will outline their role as regulator and their responsibilities around safeguarding.  Through this presentation they will identify what they have found that works well, and how by working together with regulated services and partner organisations safeguarding practice can be improved.
Full powerpoint presentation

Using the learning from Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs) to identify systemic risk issues and improve practice
Shirley Williams,
Independent Chair, Warrington Safeguarding Adults Board, Complaint Investigator, Author of reviews of serious cases, including SARs
Pre event abstract
“Using the learning from Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs) to identify systemic risk issues and improve practice”
Full powerpoint presentation

Decision making, Choice and Autonomy in adult safeguarding
Andy Butler,
Principal Social Worker (Adults), Surrey County Council
Pre event abstract
‘It is not possible to work effectively in Health or Social Care in 2018 without being confident and competent in supporting people who have a degree of cognitive impairment or a condition that may result in compromised mental capacity. In particular professionals need to have an applied knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act’
Full powerpoint presentation
 

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