What do I do if I have a safeguarding concern about an adult?
Rochdale Adult Safeguarding leaflet
What happens when I make a Safeguarding referral?
Safeguarding Adult Leaflets and Safeguarding Cards can be provided free of charge. To order please e-mail: [email protected]
What to do if a person with dementia goes missing
House of Commons briefing paper on Missing Adults
The Herbert Protocol
The Care Act - Easy Read
A Practical Guide to Healthy Caring
Choosing a Care Home
Factsheet 2: Safeguarding Adults – Information for family and friends
Factsheet 3: What are the stages of the Safeguarding process?
Factsheet 4: What is a Section 42 Safeguarding Enquiry?
Factsheet 5: What is a Strategy Meeting?
Factsheet 6: Safeguarding Adult Reviews – Information for families
Factsheet 7: Safeguarding Adult Enquiries: Information for a person alleged to have caused harm
Factsheet 8: What happens after you report a Safeguarding Adults concern
Quick Guide for Elected Members
"Must Know" Guide for Council Lead Members
Are you concerned that a vulnerable adult has, or is suffering harm, neglect or abuse?
Please call 0300 303 8886 to report your concerns, or email [email protected] (0300 numbers cost the same as 01 or 02 numbers from a landline or mobile phone).
If you feel a vulnerable adult is in immediate danger contact the police on 999.
RBSAB are keen to hear your views on this website so if you can think of ways to improve this service please let us know.
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