Event Summary

Join Westminster Insight’s annual Safeguarding Adults Digital Conference for your chance to gain crucial updates and practical guidance for the sector.

With a focus on effective multi-agency working, the practical, one-day conference will focus on collaborative working and information sharing to improve the protection of vulnerable adults.

Kathryn Smith, Chief Executive , Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) will outline new priorities, trends and lessons for protecting vulnerable adults.

With the new CQC inspections due to be rolled out soon, this conference is ideally timed to provide you with the knowledge and tools to demonstrate your compliance with safeguarding requirements under the new Single Inspection Framework. Understand the new quality statements for safeguarding and how to conduct effective and compliant internal investigations surrounding safeguarding concerns.

You will receive an update on the legal framework around safeguarding, including the section 42 Care Act duty, DoLS, MCA and the LPS delay and potential future reform.

Hear how to better embed lived experience into your service provision and to ensure safeguarding is centred around the person. You will hear how one region is embedding a trauma informed approach to safeguarding.

The conference will be delivered live from a bespoke digital platform, join us online to hear the latest updates and to discuss challenges with safeguarding peers and partners from across local authorities, health services, police, emergency services, social housing and the voluntary sector.

Key Points

  • Complying with safeguarding quality standards under the new CQC Single Assessment Framework 
  • An update on the legal framework around safeguarding (DoLs and MCA) 
  • Learning from Lived Experience to make safeguarding personal 
  • Managing cases of self-neglect and hoarding 
  • Working with the police, housing and other partners to respond to adult abuse
  • Developing a regional trauma informed response to safeguarding 
  • Multi-agency safeguarding case studies