We draw from current research and from our own experience as practitioners. We champion a best-practice approach that aims to make safeguarding personal.
Our reviews will help you embed best practice across your entire organisation, to ensure that everyone can uphold fundamental safeguarding principles.
We have a host of resources available to assist you in achieving best practice in safeguarding adults at risk.
The most relevant and up-to-date safeguarding adults at risk information.
We use latest research and good practice in safeguarding adults at risk as well as our expertise around different risks.
We'll tailor our courses to meet your unique safeguarding training needs.
We've been involved in the development of new and innovative training for professionals across the UK.
We're involved in many research projects, so we'll bring you the most relevant and up-to-date safeguarding information.
Laura has a lot of experience working with adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health problems, primarily in the learning and development sector. The foundations of this has always been in safeguarding and the Mental Capacity Act. Laura’s dissertation focused on choice and control for adults living in supported living facilities which helped to find out the real picture of the Mental Capacity Act in practice.
Laura also worked as an associate trainer with ACT. She’s now committed to help keep raising the profile of safeguarding in adults, to continue the excellent progress already made.
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As a leading authority in safeguarding adults at risk, we want to live in a world where people can live safely, free from the risk of abuse.
Through pioneering training, practice reviews and contributing to world-leading research, we support organisations to safeguard adults at risk and minimise the risk of harm.
Our work is dedicated to key issues affecting adults at risk including forced marriage, financial abuse, sexual exploitation and disability hate crime.
Your donation will help us to keep people safe from abuse.
Our work is dedicated to key issues affecting adults and young people at risk including forced marriage, financial abuse, sexual exploitation and disability hate crime. Your donation will help fund essential research, training and consultation to recognise, understand, and address these issues.