This section details the roles and responsibilities of practitioners regarding planning and delivering interventions to meet the care and support, protection needs of an adult at risk
This is achieved through:
Practitioners working with the adult at risk have role and responsibilities in relation to the care and support protection plan. Specific roles include:
lead co-ordinator (See Section 3 part1)
the role and responsibilities of the delegated lead co-ordinator (See Section 3 part1)
planning responsibilities of members of the strategy meeting (the strategy group).
Delivering the care and support protection plan means the strategy group following the procedures outlined in relation to:
developing the plan
identifying actions and interventions
subsequent strategy meetings: monitoring and reviewing
considering action required when a practitioner believes an adult at risk is not being adequately safeguarded by the care and support protection plan.
Engaging the adult at risk in planning is detailed. This includes:
an adult at risk who does not agree to the plan: harm reduction
lack of engagement by the carers or family members with the plan
denied access to the adult.
Reviewing the adult safeguarding (adult protection) process requires practitioners:
The procedures relating to closure of the safeguarding (adult protection) process is outlined with specific detail on closure due to lack of ongoing engagement by the adult at risk.
The final part of this section provides guidance on complaints.