Safeguarding Adult Reviews
The purpose of undertaking a Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) is to identify lessons to be learnt and apply those lessons to future cases so that we can improve how agencies work, singularly and together, to safeguard adults. Newham Safeguarding Adults Board and its partners will act on the recommendations to inform and improve local practice that protects adults at risk.partners will act on the recommendations to inform and improve local practice that protects adults at risk.
The case of six residents who were placed in Mornington Hall and Baker’s Court care home (Published July 2021)
The case of Peggy (Published January 2021)
Fran Pearson, Independent Chair of Newham Safeguarding Adults Board, said:
“Peggy’s tragic and untimely death has had a deep and lasting impact on all who knew and cared for her, and my thoughts remain with everyone affected and still grieving.
“We have reflected in depth on the findings and questions presented in the Safeguarding Adults Review and have already made a number of improvements to our ways of working.
“Myself and all members of the Newham Safeguarding Adults Board are committed to a culture of ongoing professional challenge, learning and improvement to enable us to understand where changes can and should be made – and to ensure that we are able to offer the best and most appropriate support to those we come into contact with.”
The case of Ann (Published September 2019)
The case of four older men with unidentified care and support needs (Published September 2019)
The case of Yi (Published August 2019)