Tag: Birmingham Safeguarding Adults Board

Financial abuse: Suspect it? Report it

By on 24/09/2014 in News with 0 Comments

A major new campaign is being launched to encourage Birmingham residents to report suspected cases of financial abuse. The 'Suspect it? Report it' campaign has been organised by Birmingham Safeguarding Adults Board (BSAB), a partnership of organisations including Birmingham City Council, West Midlands Police and the NHS. The campaign aims to raise awareness of financial […]

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New push to tackle adult abuse

By on 27/09/2013 in Cllr Bedser, News with 0 Comments

An award winning campaign designed to protect Birmingham’s most vulnerable adults from abuse is being relaunched next week. The Eyes and Ears adult safeguarding campaign urges people to report their concerns if they fear a vulnerable adult is being abused. And Birmingham Safeguarding Adults Board (BSAB) is hoping to repeat the success of a similar […]

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‘Eyes and ears’ safeguarding campaign

By on 19/09/2011 in News with 0 Comments

'You are the eyes and ears for adults who may be suffering abuse.' That's the message to the public from the Birmingham Safeguarding Adults Board (BSAB) to encourage people to report suspected abuse of vulnerable adults. Sheila Rochester, chair of the multi-agency board, said: “Helping to protect our most vulnerable adult citizens from any form […]

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9 out of 10 cases of older adults abuse unreported

By on 14/06/2010 in News with 0 Comments

A new bus poster campaign aims to raise awareness of the mistreatment and neglect of adults, older adults in particular, and how to report suspected abuse.  It is estimated that more than 5,500 older adults are abused in their own homes in Birmingham every year, the majority by family and friends. However, only 560 cases […]

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