Safeguarding in Lewisham
Safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk is everyone's responsibility. Safeguarding is defined as the prevention of harm and abuse through high quality care, providing effective responses to allegations of harm and abuse in line with multi-agency procedures and using learning to improve services to patients.
You can read about our work to safeguard children in Lewisham.
You can read about our work to safeguard adults at risk in Lewisham.
You can read about our work to safeguard children and adults at risk in Lewisham.
You can download our Safeguarding Adults Annual Report 2017-18.
The Lewisham CCG Accountable Officer ensures that the responsibility
to safeguard and prevention of harm to children, young people and vulnerable
adults is discharged effectively across the whole health economy through
Lewisham CCGs commissioning arrangements
Care Plus Partnership Learning Review
Following the closure of Care Plus Partnership agencies involved recognised the need to learn from this complex situation in order to inform future responses and provision for people with acquired brain injury, recognising their complex needs and vulnerabilities. In response to this need NHS England London Region and LCCG jointly commissioned a Learning Review which has now concluded. Read more.