Care homes and domiciliary care

Safeguarding vulnerable adults

Disability, illness or frailty means many adults have to rely on others to help them in their day-to-day living. Sadly, this can make them vulnerable and at risk of abuse, very often from people they know. If you see or know something of concern please do not ignore it. Those being abused often don’t seek help. Vulnerable adults have a right to live their life in an environment which is free from prejudice and safe from abuse. An approach of zero tolerance is taken by the council to make sure vulnerable adults are protected.

If you have any concerns about how you or someone else is being treated contact Slough Adult Social Care Services for advice and support:

If you want to discuss your concerns out of normal hours you could call our out of hours team on 01344 351999 or call the police on 999 if it’s an emergency.