NSAB Online referrer training and webinar
As Covid-19 has led us to new ways of working, and to consider how best we can deliver our learning opportunities, we have taken some time to develop our online training.
Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Adults Board Domestic Abuse Webinar
Following a successful pilot, NSAB is pleased to announce we will be holding another webinar, entitled Domestic Abuse: Safeguarding Adults in the Covid-19 Pandemic which will take place on 2nd September 2020 at 10-11.30am via MS Teams.
There are a number of local volunteer groups offering help if you are staying at home because of Coronavirus. Read on to find what services are being offered in your area.
Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub - Did you know?
Nottinghamshire’s Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) acts as the first point of contact, receiving safeguarding concerns or referrals and collating information from different agencies to build up a holistic picture of the circumstances of a case. Learn more...
Safeguarding adults, Domestic Abuse, including working with those who have learning disabilities and working with perpetrators
Public Health Scotland have produced a useful guidance document which aims to help frontline staff working with adults aged 18 and over with mild or moderate learning disabilities, or significant learning needs, who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing, gender-based violence.
Carers Trust Videos
Carers Trust have produced a couple of videos with carers discussing services from Carers Trust and the impact of Covid-19.
Safeguarding Adults Data Trends
The Covid-19 Pandemic has raised unprecedented pressures and challenges in relation to Safeguarding Adults. The collection and analysis of data has been key to identify emerging trends and we have adapted our approach to support those most at risk of abuse and neglect.
Message from the Independent Chair
We are facing a period of unprecedented uncertainty and strain upon the services most needed to support those at risk of abuse and neglect within Nottinghamshire.
COVID-19 social isolation and safeguarding adults
Advice for professionals
Domestic abuse and MARACs
Social distancing and self-isolation should not be at the expense of protection from abuse and neglect.