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Safeguarding

What is safeguarding?

Safeguarding means protecting people’s health, well-being and human rights and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect.  By people, we mean adults, the elderly and children.

When should I raise safeguarding concerns?

Abuse and neglect can be difficult to detect, but here are some possible warning signs.

  • Badly-maintained property
  • Poor living conditions
  • Hoarding
  • No gas or electricity
  • Unauthorised persons staying in the property
  • Cuts and bruising
  • Change in the level of support needed
  • Unexplained expenditure
  • Health and safety risks
  • Being harassed

How can I raise a safeguarding issue?

If you have a concern regarding a neighbour you can report it to us in the following ways:

  • Fill in our online Safeguarding Form
  • Contact a member of the saha team on 0800 970 6363
  • or you can Email: info@saha.org.uk

October 2020 is saha’s Safeguarding Awareness Month. As part of this event, we are very keen to gather input and feedback from all of our clients around Safeguarding and how we, saha, manage and raise awareness around Safeguarding.

Please do take the time to complete our survey and answer honestly as your input and feedback will help shape our Safeguarding processes going forward and enable us to ensure that all of our clients have a good awareness and understanding of Safeguarding.

 

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