Making Safeguarding personal ‘…engages the person in the conversation about how best to respond to their safeguarding situation’

Three questions should be asked to make safeguarding personal:
  1. What difference is wanted or desired by the person?
  2. How will you work with the person to enable that to happen?
  3. How will you and the person know that a difference has been made?

After making a report of your concern, the adult at risk will be supported with their Safeguarding situation but this will remain confidential so you may not hear anything further. If you do have any further queries please do not hesitate in making another report.