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Safeguarding Adult Review in respect of Mrs A

This review looks at the actions of the agencies involved in supporting Mrs A, an 88 year old lady, who died on 4 June, 2015.  This review has identified that although there is nothing that could have been done to prevent the death of Mrs A and that she had made clear decisions about her own care and support, the agencies working with patients need to weigh these wishes carefully against professional practice standards.  The review has recommended a rolling programme of training for all workers to ensure they have safeguarding training appropriate for their job and that there are clear processes available for families and others to raise concerns and complaints

Safeguarding Adult Review in respect of ‘Mrs A

Mrs A Final Overview Report

7 minute briefing in respect of ‘Mrs A’

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