The first issue of the Greater Manchester Clinical Network for Adult Safeguarding has just been published.
Can you spare 5 minutes to share your experiences about hate crime?
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have published their annual report to Parliament on the quality of health and social care in England.
A conference on Pressure Ulcers and Safeguarding is to be held on 19th November at Riverside in Whitworth. For further details please contact [email protected]
New factsheets on different aspects of adult safeguarding are being compiled. The first are now available on this site in the "Public" section.
The adult safeguarding policies and procedures have been updated and are available on this site.
Jane Timson, Rochdale's Head of Safeguarding, gave an interview to Revolution Radio earlier this week, to publicise the ongoing disability hate crime campaign.
Revolution Radio will carry an interview with Jane Timson, Rochdale's Head of Safeguarding, about our disability hate crime campaign. The interview will be broadcast on Saturday 16th May at 10.02am and 11.02 am.
A meeting between the Children's Board representatives, the Adult's Board representatives and Faith group members aims to strengthen the safeguarding links and knowledge in the Borough.
The Home Office are offering free on-line training on FGM. Full details are on the Professionals - FGM page.
CQC guidance for using surveillance to monitor services
A new video has been launched explaining the new Care Act
The 2013-14 Annual Report for the Rochdale Board has just been published.
Domestic Violence and Abuse Strategy 2014 - 2017
Making the case for the Mental Capacity Act
The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness
(2014) published by Manchester University
The new RBSAB website went live on Thursday 26th June.
An awareness raising event was held in Rochdale town centre on June 17th to help people understand more about elder abuse and how to report it.
The newsletter goes out to more than 700 individuals and organisations across Rochdale.
Around 50 people from a wide range of organisations helped generate ideas about how we can get our messages across more effectively.