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Local Safeguarding Adults Board (LSAB)

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Welcome to the Cheshire West and Chester Local Safeguarding Adults Board (LSAB)

The board provides a range of useful information for people who are, or may be at risk of, experiencing abuse or neglect, their families, carers and anyone who works with people with health or social care needs.

Report abuse | COVID-19 and safeguarding adults

News and information

250-openthedoorCheshire is opening the door on unhealthy relationships

We are bringing domestic abuse out from behind closed doors by encouraging people to start a conversation and seek advice and support.

Open the Door

Important telephone numbers for reporting safeguarding concerns

Community Access Team

  • 0300 123 7034 (or out of hours: 01244 977277)

Police

  • 101 (or in an emergency 999)

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Please find some useful information to assist you in keeping yourself and others safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. It includes a free offer of training in relation to Safeguarding Adults for professionals and volunteers who are working with the Council, some information about current frauds related to coronavirus and Government advice on how to safeguard yourself and others from the virus.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates

Information from our partners

Further information

Basic Awareness in Adult Safeguarding Course

Free e-learning training

This free e-learning module is available to all staff who are employed or volunteer in organisations that work with people at risk in Cheshire West and Chester. This includes all Health and Social Care staff, non-care staff, drivers, housekeepers and kitchen staff. Instructions to access this module:

  • Visit the ilearn website
    • Enter the guest access password which is safeguarding.
    • Then complete the course and complete the smart survey at the end, so your completion can be tracked.
    • You will need to complete the whole module in one sitting as the guest access does not bookmark your progress.

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