Adults Safeguarding survey: are we doing enough?
< June 2018

Adults Safeguarding survey: are we doing enough?

A survey to understand safeguarding concerns in Norfolk has been launched by Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB)

Norfolk Adult Safeguarding Board, which is made up of agencies working together to tackle abuse, want to hear from as many people as possible to get a clear picture of how best to protect vulnerable adults.

Joan Maughan, independent chair of the Safeguarding Adults Board, said: “This is a great opportunity to really find out how people and organisations recognise all the different types of abuse and neglect that can happen to any vulnerable adult from any background. It is crucial that we regularly review how we provide safeguarding services to ensure we support and protect vulnerable adults effectively.”

The ‘Keeping Adults Safe from Abuse and Neglect’ survey is anonymous.  No one will be identified by their answers and participation is voluntary. Participants can skip questions or opt out entirely.

This survey will help to inform the Norfolk Safeguarding Board whether people in Norfolk have an increased understanding since the previous survey and whether previous campaigns have resonated with the public.

Link for survey:

The closing date is Monday 9 July at 5pm.

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