- Ursula Gallagher, Deputy Chief Inspector – Primary Medical Services, and Adult Safeguarding Lead, Care Quality Commission
- Andy Butler, Principal Social Worker, Surrey County Council (2017 Winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Social Worker of the Year Awards)
- Liz Bruce, Director of Adult Social Services and Public Health, London Boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond-upon-Thames
- Elaine Aspinwall-Roberts, Senior Lecturer in Adult Social Care and Registered Social Worker, Liverpool John Moores University
- Stuart Marchant, Partner – Clinical Risk Team, Bevan Brittan
- Richard Macintyre, Director of Quality and Innovation, Friends of the Elderly
- Jo Silver, Director of Practice, SafeLives
- Vanessa Keen, Quality Assurance Lead – Provider Services, West Sussex County Council
With the passage through Parliament of the Mental Capacity Act
and its introduction of the Liberty Protection Safeguards
, it is imperative that those involved in safeguarding adults understand the changes it brings.
Westminster Insight’s Safeguarding Adults conference
will review the impact of legislative changes
on adult safeguarding and how to implement the Act in person-centred safeguarding practice
to improve support for adults. We will also focus on delivering effective services through multi-partner working, personalisation and outcomes focused delivery.
Our expert panel will explore the role ofmulti-agency working
in adult safeguarding, to successfully implement the findings of Safeguarding Adults Reviews
, develop information sharing networks, and utilise the six safeguarding principles to drive improvement in practice.
You will explore best practice strategies for organisational response to identify the early warning signs of abuse in vulnerable adults in order to prevent harm and improve outcomes
. Improve your understanding of self-neglect
and organisational approaches to deliver enhanced safeguarding practice and support practitioners effectively. Learn how personalising adult care can improve wellbeing, quality of life, and safety outcomes.
Join your peers from health and social care, local and central government, housing, and the charity and community sector
to explore the changing landscape of adult safeguarding legislation. Attend this conference to gain the insights you need to deliver an outcome focused, multi-partner approach to tackling and preventing abuse, neglect or harm of vulnerable adults in your care.