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East of England Local Safeguarding Adult Boards – Learning from Local Boards

The eight SABs are running a series of webinars in 2021/22 to share learning on a range of themes emerging from SARs undertaken and lessons learned during COVID-19 . The themes have been identified as ones which will have relevance and interest within the East of England.

Who should attend?

The webinars are aimed at Board / sub group members, adult safeguarding leads and anyone with an interest in adult safeguarding.

Learning objectives

  • To provide a short briefing on a theme
  • To explore the topic in relation to emerging issues from the pandemic response
  • Participants to discuss and identify relevant lessons for their organisation / Board
  • Enable multi agency learning

Dates for your diaries

Date Topic Hosted by
28 July 2021

Domestic Abuse/ Coercion and Control

Luke Hart, Cofounder, Co Co Awareness

book here

17 September 2021

Care Home Inspection/ Oversight

Brian Boxall, Independent Author, Care Quality Commission (CQC) Inspector

NB the time for this webinar will be 12 – 1.30pm

book here

10 November 2021

Supporting people living with dementia to be involved in adult safeguarding enquiries

Dr Jeremy Dixon, Senior Lecturer, Department of Social & Policy Sciences, Centre for Analysis of Social Policy University of Bath

book here

08 December 2021

Alcohol addiction

Mike Ward, Alcohol Change UK

book here

14 January 2022

Office of the Public Guardian

Julie Smith, Senior Operational Delivery Manager – Office of the Public Guardian

book here

All webinars will run from 10 till 11.30am unless stated otherwise

Future webinar topics to include:

DateTopicHosted by
February 2022Mental Health
March 2022Modern Slavery
April 2022

10-year themed review of local SARS

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