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Safeguarding at Journey

"Safeguarding sits at the heart of our service.

This is because adults with learning disability are the most vulnerable people.

We will ensure all adults in our care are protected from harm, self-harm, abuse and neglect."


Your point of contact

Maggie Leadbeater

Operations Manager & Designated Safeguard Lead

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The Charity has a Safeguarding policy, procedure and handbook.

All Staff are trained in Safeguarding Adults at the right level for their role. 

Staff must redo this every 3 years.

All Staff come to us under Safer Recruitment.

Tabatha Tiley, Business Support Manager, is in charge of this.

Employees, Volunteers, Trustees and students must have an enhanced DBS check.

This means the Home Office (Police) checks the person's background for us.

We also check all qualifications and other key documents.

We have to ensure that our Staff are safe and professional.


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Safeguarding is discussed at all Journey's meetings.

This includes:

  • Client Forums
  • Team briefings
  • Team meetings
  • All company meetings
  • Managers' meetings
  • Senior Leadership meetings
  • Board meetings

We discuss what has happened.

We discuss how we made people safe.

We discuss if anything needs to be improved or changed at Journey.

Safeguarding information is displayed in Easy Read at our Hubs.

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We have fewer Safeguarding cases for Clients who come to us full time than part time.

This means that Clients in our service are safer.


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