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Serious Case Review

The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services says that the holding of a Serious Case Review (SCR) is considered as good practice in response to serious harm of a vulnerable adult, when questions are raised about the circumstances in which this happened and where concerns have been expressed about the adequacy of the response of relevant agencies in working together to safeguard the vulnerable adult.

Tameside Adult Safeguarding Partnership (TASP) undertake the lead responsibility for conducting a Serious Case Review (SCR).

Tameside Adult Safeguarding Partnership  published an Executive Summary on 21 March 2011 of the findings of a Serious Case Review (SCR) following the death of Adult A in March 2010.

The summary includes recommendations, from which agencies are developing action plans, to enable the lessons learnt during the Review to be used to improve the safeguarding and wellbeing of vulnerable adults in the future.

Download a copy of the Executive Summary for the SCR in Respect of Adult A (0.47MB) .

In Response to the Serious Case Review TASP have developed an Action Plan (0.11MB) in response to the SCR Recommendations.

 

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