The Kent and Medway Safeguarding of Adults Board
will soon be hosting an awareness event for attendees to engage and explore topical issues and current planned activity for the region.
The Kent and Medway Safeguarding Adults Board
(KMSAB) is a multi-agency partnership, consisting of statutory and voluntary partner organisations based locally.
Their purpose is to make sure that all member agencies are working together to help keep Kent and Medway's adults safe from harm and protect their rights.
KMSAB also commissions safeguarding training for staff who have a responsibility for direct practice in safeguarding and are currently in the process of organizing a range of new and existing training courses.
KMSAB have arranged a series of FREE on-line awareness events where attendees can engage with the Board to discuss topical issues and current planned activity
being delivered across Kent and Medway.
These ‘Open Sessions’ are open to all and would benefit people with lived experience of safeguarding and individuals with care and support needs.
The sessions would also benefit anyone engaging in caring for adults at risk, as well as those working in the health and social care sector.
The next Open Session is Safeguarding Adults Review 'Akram', where the Review Author will be presenting the findings and recommendations of the review.
This session is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 10th October, 6pm-7:30pm via Microsoft Teams.
For more information or how to reserve your place
for this FREE Open Session, visit the KMSAB website
, you can also contact the KMSAB Business Unit