Supporting Adults

The South Birmingham Supporting Adults Panel is chaired by Neil Johnson (WMFS) and supported by Sue Brookin.  It’s purpose is to develop new ways of partnership working to identify and support vulnerable adults (also referred to as “adults at risk”).  This is with a particular focus on the following issues:

  • Hoarding
  • Self-neglect
  • Vulnerable Victims
  • Complex Perpetrators/Offenders

Through this group a number of resources have been identified and developed, which are available for anyone to use:

Abuse and safeguarding

Information sharing and panels

Better Care Fund and Care Act

Hoarding

Mental Health & Wellbeing

Substance Misuse

 

 

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