We are pleased to announce the date of our up-coming annual seminar, Celebrating 25 Years of the Ann Craft Trust.
Date: Thursday 23rd November 2017
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: Nottingham University
Booking for this event has now closed
About the Day
We’ll be reflecting on the last 25 years of the Ann Craft Trust and looking ahead to the future of safeguarding. The day will be the perfect opportunity to:
– Get updates on the latest legislation
– Discuss and share experiences with professionals across fields and sectors
– Get tips on how to tackle the newest safeguarding challenges
– Find out about current research and its implications for you
Speaker line up
25 years on…
In 1992 Ann Craft established NAPSAC (National Association for the Protection of Adults and children with Learning Disabilities from Abuse). Ann worked tirelessly in the 70’s and 80’s to raise awareness about the lives of people with learning disabilities and their restricted rights in the area of relationships. But she also became increasingly aware of the importance of safeguarding people from exploitative and abusive situations. I am proud to have had the opportunity to contribute to the work that she was so passionate about.
Safer? Stronger? Heard? Where are we now?
Sarah Goff & Anita Franklin
Reflection on the journey over the last 25 years of keeping disabled children safe and looking at how practice and thinking may have developed.
The Real Experts
We believe people with first-hand experience of health and social care services are best qualified to assess service quality and gather the direct views of people using the services and their family and close friends –
As one Expert by Experience put it “If you want to know how good a service is that I’m using the best person to ask is ME”
My Marriage My Choice; Assessing Capacity to Marry
This research is exploring forced marriage of adults with learning disabilities from a safeguarding perspective with the intention of developing knowledge, policy and practice to support professionals in their work of safeguarding vulnerable children and adults.
Safeguarding in Sport and Activity
Nicola Dean & Michelle North
This presentation will provide a brief update on CPSU and ACT’s role in safeguarding children and adults in sport, working closely together to provide ‘seamless safeguarding’ for everyone involved in sport from childhood through to adulthood.