Statutory Guidance for England and Wales (under s49 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015) and Non-Statutory Guidance for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
DEALING WITH A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW
This guidance is intended for professionals working in Health and Social Care who come into contact with families who have a different point of view whilst working with Adults at Risk.
UPDATED SELF-NEGLECT PROTOCOL
The Self-Neglect Protocol has been updated.
NORTH WALES OUT OF AREA SAFEGUARDING ADULTS ARRANGEMENTS
Guidance for Safeguarding Adults placed into North Wales
– Enquiry and Protection Arrangements.
NORTH WALES PROTOCOL FOR THE RESOLUTION OF PROFESSIONAL DISPUTES
The North Wales Safeguarding Board has developed and agreed a Multi Agency protocol for the Resolution of Professional Disputes.
NORTH WALES ADULTS SAFEGUARDING REPORT FORM
Should be used to report an adult safeguarding concern to your relevant local authority.
WORKING TOGETHER TO SAFEGUARD PEOPLE
Volume 6 – Handling Individual Cases to Protect Adults at Risk.
NORTH WALES PROFESSIONAL CONCERNS ‘INTERIM’ PROTOCOL
An ‘Interim’ Multi Agency protocol for the Management of Risk associated with Adult Protection Concerns about Employees, Carers or Volunteers.
ADULT PRACTICE REVIEWS
This guidance sets out arrangements for multi-agency adult practice reviews in circumstances of a significant incident where abuse or neglect of an adult at risk is known or suspected. Chapters 1 – 7 of this guidance are issued under section 139 of The Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014. As such, it forms part of the compendium of statutory guidance issued under Part 7 of that Act.
NORTH WALES SELF NEGLECT PROTOCOL
This new regional self-neglect protocol provides a framework of intervention drawing on best practice approaches with reference to the legal context to prevent adults who self-neglect coming to harm as a result. It offers guidance to operational staff and managers on how the needs or presenting problems of difficult to engage adults who self-neglect should be addressed. It suggests multi-agency partnership working is the most favourable approach to assessing and managing risks and for achieving engagement with the adult.
ADULT PROTECTION AND SUPPORT ORDERS
This guidance provides a single point of reference on Adult Protection and Support
Orders (APSOs) for local authorities. It provides comprehensive information regarding
the seeking, making and enforcement of an APSO. It is issued under section 131 of the
Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014.
NORTH WALES SAFEGUARDING BOARD GENERAL COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
This protocol provides the process for managing complaints against the function of the Board, for example in relation to concerns regarding multi-agency working / training / management of Board
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