Community Care: How leaders must put values into practice to make safeguarding personal
Writing in Community Care, Jane Lawson, independent safeguarding adults consultant explores how transparency about core values and making them real both on the front line and higher up can result in more effective and personal adult safeguarding.
Lawson discussions the importance for frontline staff to be supported by the leadership and culture of their organisations if they are to be really effective in safeguarding adults. Lawson argues that risk-averse leadership in adult social care is a significant barrier to the national policy of Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP).
Although the article has a focus on social care it will be of relevance to a wider audience.
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This article was published on November 29 2019.