- 95,199 hits
Tagsabuse active Age Friendly Assisted Living Leeds autism awards awareness bereavement care act care provider carers caring celebration challenge change choice closure comments commissioning communities community spirit connecting consultation Coronation Street day care dementia dignity Dignity in Care domiciliary care eating well engagement excellence family feedback grief Hayley Cropper health and wellbeing Holbeck Elderly Aid Holt Park Active home care independent living information information and advice integration interview Joined up Leeds joint working learning disability Leeds Leeds City Council loneliness mental health Neighbourhood Networks Older People partnership pioneer public health quality measures recovery residential responses responsibility safeguard safeguarding Safe Places social care social enterprise social isolation sport stories Support through the maze Tour De France volunteer volunteering
- My Tweets
Tag Archives: safeguard
It is a shocking thing to realise but slavery still exists. Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery – a criminal industry that denies freedom to 20.9 million people around the world. And no matter where you live, chances … Continue reading
One in six men experience domestic abuse, yet it is still a ‘hidden’ problem. Why is this so? In a lot of circumstances it can be because men are unwilling to make disclosures of domestic abuse. This may be … Continue reading
As part of the “Get comfortable talking about it” campaign we talk to Jude Roberts, Operational Delivery Manager, for the Front Door Safeguarding Hub about why he is so passionate about developing responses in Leeds to domestic violence.
Getting comfortable talking about it also means giving a voice to those who have been the abuser in their relationships, encouraging them to question their responses and to discuss what went on. “What I’ve talked about here, I would normally … Continue reading
Domestic violence and abuse is everybody’s business – isn’t it time we got comfortable talking about it?
One in four women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime, with 8% experiencing abuse in any given year according to a 2013/14 Crime Survey of England and Wales. On average, 2 women are killed every week in England … Continue reading
Most people’s lives have been touched by domestic violence and abuse in some way and many of us know someone who has been affected by it. This issue cuts across all ethnic groups, all ages and all social backgrounds. It’s … Continue reading
Get comfortable talking about it – Leeds launches domestic violence and abuse campaign to encourage people to think, talk and ask questions about domestic violence and abuse. In 2014, there were nearly 15,000 incidents of domestic violence and abuse reported … Continue reading