Past Lunch and Learn and training events

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SAB Annual Conferences

July 2022: Ask, Listen, Act - Coproduction and collaborative working in mental health services

November 2021: Domestic abuse and older people

SAB Workshops

Domestic Abuse, Trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences – Older People Focus

Following the November ‘21 Cornwall & Isles of Scilly SAB conference ‘Domestic Abuse and Older People’, the Learning and Development subgroup are arranging a number of additional webinars. The first session was delivered on 18th March 2022 by Anna Moss and Vanessa Fudge. The session considered the learning points below - the recording will be made available here soon.

  • Trauma – definitions, prevalence and impact
  • Trauma Informed Approaches – avoiding re-traumatization and consideration of own practice
  • Changes in older adulthood that might impact on trauma responses
  • The dynamics of Domestic Abuse, why older people could be at higher risk of Coercive Control and the barriers to leaving
  • Trauma, Dementia and Domestic Abuse
  • Learning from Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs) involving older people
  • Engaging and Supporting older people around Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence

Lunch and Learn sessions

2023: Exploitation Copy_ CIoS SAB workshop - Exploitation-20230208_100138-Meeting Recording (

2022: Making Safeguarding Personal Making Safeguarding Personal (Lunch & Learn)-20221121_120255-Meeting Recording (

2021: Mental Capacity Act 2005 Slide presentation(2021)

2021: Making Safeguarding Personal MSP webpage (Dec 2020)

2021: Self-neglect Lunch and Learn slide presentation bitesize guide (Mar 2020)

2020: Fire and Rescue Service Hoarding slide presentation, bitesize guide and clutter scale (Jan 2020)

2019: Self-neglect policy and best practice guidance Bitesize guidepolicy  slide presentation (Nov 2019)


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