Adult Protection

Adult Protection

A term used in health and social care agencies in the UK for the safeguarding of vulnerable adults who may need protection from neglect, potential or actual harm or abuse.
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The Euro NCAP assessment mentioned a lack of safety systems and adult protection in delivering its verdict.
The new Audi A4 has received a 90 percent rating for adult protection and an 87 percent rating for child protection.
Invitation to tender : With the present invitation to tender, the Office of Child and Adult Protection of the Canton train from 1 January 2017 looking for a competent and reliable partner or partners for the management of child protection mandates (at least 350 to 400 seats) in accordance with the child in force since January 1, 2013 - and adult protection law.
The results for adult protection in frontal and side impact collisions, pedestrian protection and child safety put the current Q7 among the safest cars in its category, a press release said.
It is also among the best in Wales for special educational needs statementing, for adult protection referrals where the risk has been managed and for keeping in contact with former looked after children.
Detective Constable Karen Kirman, from West Midlands Police's specialist Vulnerable Adult Protection Unit, said: "Hamilton shows a complete lack of respect and humanity for a very vulnerable lady under her care.
Royal Mail will pass the information, with consent, to partner agencies such as Trading Standards, Adult Protection, West Yorkshire Police and Victim Support.
All the cars received zero-star adult protection ratings.
Dave Roberts, safeguarding lead for adult protection at the Royal, said: "We see around 20 to 35 female victims of domestic abuse each month at the Royal.
Indeed, I invite Mr Cessford to name a single catholic parish in the Hexham/Newcastle diocese that does not have the most stringent provision for child/vulnerable adult protection.
If you or someone you know is suffering abuse, you can report it to your local council's adult protection team.
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