Working in partnership to enable adults in Somerset to live a life free from fear, harm and abuse
The Somerset Safeguarding Adults Board (SSAB) is a partnership committee providing strategic leadership for adult safeguarding across the county.
This site provides a range of information for people who may experience or be at risk of experiencing abuse, their families, carers, and anyone who works with people with health or social care needs. This includes a section with links to information about coronavirus.
As well as general information on keeping safe and how to report concerns, there is a dedicated area for professionals providing access to a range of policy and practice guidance, and safeguarding resources.
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Received an email which you’re not quite sure about? Is it asking you to login to your account, or maybe to "verify" your payment details?
If you are suspicious, you should report it by forwarding the email to: report @phishing.gov.uk #CyberProtect https://t.co/evrcW0yCsN
#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek often acts as a yearly reminder to check in on our loved ones, as well as ourselves. Being a victim of a scam doesn't just affect a person financially, but physically and mentally too. Check in with those you love. #ScamAware https://t.co/O1kPhtGtMy
DBS is working with JobsAware to raise awareness of job scams and employment fraud. If you identify any of the signs below, you could be falling victim to a job scam. @SaferJobs
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Spot the signs of #ModernSlavery
- The person looks uneasy, unkempt, or malnourished.
- Have you noticed someone picked up and dropped off from work or another location at odd times?
- Is the person able to tell you their own address?
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