Programme of free on-line sessions announced for Safeguarding Adults Week 20 – 24 November 2023.
Partners from the Hull and East Riding Safeguarding Adults Boards have come together and developed a programme of learning events and interactive session to support this years Safeguarding Adults week and the Ann Craft Trust.
Spurred on by the success of Safeguarding Adults Week 2022 the safeguarding partners have worked to extend the range of topics being covered this year. While a number of the sessions are open only to professionals working in the safeguarding sector, some sessions are also open to the public.
The events cover topics such as Transitions and Suicide, Safeguarding Vulnerable Dependent Drinkers, Learning from Domestic Homicide Reviews and Equalities in Adult Social Care. The sessions have been designed to stimulate discussion, spark innovation and share best practice. Each session will be delivered by inspirational and motivational speakers, all of whom are experts in their field.
All the agencies involved will be sharing information across their social media channels and website in the run up to Safeguarding week and throughout the week. To follow along look for the hashtag #safeguardingadultsweek2023.
The full programme of events is open for viewing and booking via Eventbrite and early registration is recommended to avoid disappointment. You can view the full programme by clicking on the pdf link below.
During National Safeguarding Adults Week, East Riding and Hull Safeguarding Adults Boards joined forces with the Ann Craft Trust to support the campaign to come together to raise awareness of important contemporary safeguarding issues. The full evaluation report for the week is available below:
The week was launched on 18 November during a face-to-face safeguarding event, which brought senior key figures in Safeguarding together, from Hull and East Riding to discuss contemporary safeguarding issues.
The week enabled more organisations and individuals to feel confident in recognising signs of abuse and neglect and reporting safeguarding concerns.
Virtual workshops were available during the week on topics such as County Lines, Domestic Abuse, Preventing Radicalisation, Keeping Organisations Safe, Preventing Fraud, Safeguarding Young Adults, Care Standards and much more.
Many of the virtual workshops were recorded and some of these are available to view below along with the presentations.
As part of the week the Public Health Community Bus visited towns within the East Riding with Safeguarding experts from City Health Care Partnership (CHCP) available to talk about safeguarding giving out advice and leaflets regarding support available to keep people.
Many organisation joined in with the discussion on social media #SaferCultures #SafeguardingAdultsWeek. Promotion of safeguarding also took place on local radio and parts of Hull were lit up in Green to mark the event.
Thank you to those of you that were able to take part during the week which explored how we can respond to contemporary safeguarding challenges.
For further information about the themes and the work of the Ann Craft Trust, visit their website (external website).
Safeguarding Week took place on 20 - 24 June 2022. Partners from Safeguarding Adults Boards, Children’s Safeguarding Partnerships, Community Safety Partnerships across North Yorkshire, the City of York and East Riding came together to developed an extensive programme of learning events, seminars and interactive sessions which all underpin this year’s theme - ‘Safeguarding is everybody’s business’.
Spurred on by the success of Safeguarding Week 2021 the safeguarding partners worked to extend the range of topics being covered this year. The week-long programme of over 55 sessions catered for professionals and members of the public who wanted to learn more about safeguarding.
Covering topics such as support for children and young people impacted by Domestic Abuse, signs of radicalisation, keeping children safe on-line, fraud awareness and protection, the power of the bystander amongst many other safeguarding areas. The sessions were designed to stimulate discussion, spark innovation and share best practice. Each session was delivered by inspirational and motivational speakers, all of whom are experts in their field.
Look out for the next years safeguarding week and the next National Adult Safeguarding Week which will be held on November 16 - 22 2022.
Here are a few of the presentations and a link to the You tube channel with the recordings of the some of the online sessions that took place during June's Safeguarding Week:
YouTube - Safeguarding Week 2022 Sessions Recordings (external website)
Nominated Individual 10.30am - 12.00pm
Sources and Resources 2.00 - 3.00pm
Making Safeguarding Personal Presentation
Think Family 10.00 - 11.00am
Child Expolitation, County Lines and Cuckooing 11.00am - 12.00pm