National Safeguarding Week – Monday 16th – 22nd November 2020 – Find out about information, events and resources across the week

NATIONAL SAFEGUARDING WEEK – 16th – 22nd November 2020

Cheshire East’s Adult Safeguarding Board are committed to raising the profile of Adult Safeguarding.  National Safeguarding week is an excellent opportunity to promote safeguarding and the work that a number of organisations are doing to protect residents across Cheshire East.

We can use the National Safeguarding Adults Week to:

  • Raise awareness of key safeguarding issues and share these with staff, volunteers and people we support
  • Run an event or training session to enable organisations to get up to date on the latest safeguarding news and updates
  • Carry out some myth busting, so that residents and organisations are fully aware of what is safeguarding and how collectively we can work together to prevent abuse.

Each day of the week will focus on a different safeguarding theme:

  • Safeguarding and Wellbeing
  • Adult Grooming
  • Understanding Legislation
  • Creating Safer Places
  • Organisational Abuse
  • Sport & Activity
  • Safeguarding in Your Community

Calendar of Information & Events – 16 to 22 November 2020

 Date Theme  Information and Events Who it’s aimed at 
Mon 16 November Safeguarding and Wellbeing Read The Typology of Domestic Harm (PDF, 298KB) that gives a synopsis of the typology for Domestic Abuse offenders and how to ask the first questions.

Dispel the myths about Adult Safeguarding (PDF, 135KB)

Professionals and general public
Tues 17 November  Adult grooming Romance Fraud Information – We are seeing an increase in Romance Fraud (PDF, 407KB) Please pass on the details to reduce more people becoming victims.

 

Cheshire Without Abuse (CWA)  – Lunch and Learn session – Join CWA for their Lunch and Learn session – with a focus around supporting adults affected by domestic abuse at 12.30pm to 2.00pm.

Click Here for more information and to register on the session.

Professionals

Frontline Professionals

Volunteers

General Public

Wed 18 November Understanding Legislation The human right to liberty and security (PDF, 205KB) is about the transition from DOLs (Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards) to LPS (Liberty Protection Safeguards).

Learn more about Claire’s law  – CWA & Cheshire Police pod cast

Domestic Violence Protection Notices and Orders 

Perpetrator released on bail – What does Bail mean?

Professionals and general public
Thur 19 November Creating Safer Places Read about the issues for exploited 18-25 year olds and Cheshire East’s approach.

 

Staying Safe Online – Get Safe Online improve your online security and reduce the risk of online scams at 10:30am to 12noon. Access valuable tips to improve your online security and find out how to safely report incidents of Cyber Crime. Click Here for more information and to register on the session

Professionals

Frontline workers

Volunteers

General public

Fri 20 November Organisational Abuse Organisational Abuse Talk – Join an Organisational Abuse talk for health and social care professionals at 1:30pm to 2:30pm via Microsoft Teams – Organisational abuse is neglect or poor professional practice as a result of the structure, policies, processes and practices within Health & Social Care organisations. At the session discover more about organisational abuse and some of the processes in place to support your organisation in preventing organisational abuse. Click Here for more information and to register on the session

 

Cheshire Without Abuse (CWA) – Lunch and Learn session – Take another opportunity to join CWA Lunch and Learn this time with a focus around supporting children affected by domestic abuse at 12.30pm to 2.00pm. Click Here for more information and to register on the session

Health and Social Care Professionals

 

 

Volunteers, Frontline workers

Sat 21 November Sport and Activity Disability Positive highlight how sports can be fully accessible to all Frontline workers

Volunteers

General Public

Sun 22 November Safeguarding in Your Community  Ann Craft Trust  Frontline workers

Volunteers

General Public

For further details please visit: http://www.stopadultabuse.org.uk/NSA2020