DISABILITY HATE CRIME: A GUIDE FOR CARERS AND SUPPORTERS

Barnsley

Who we are

A guide for anyone who provides support to a person who has been or is at risk of being a victim of disability hate crime.

Description

This guide is for:

  • Parents and family members
  • Partners
  • People who support someone at home, in their leisure activities or employment or volunteering work.
  • Health professionals
  • Social workers
  • Someone who cares about a person who is at risk and who wants advice about how to support that person if it happens.

If you are an employed support worker or professional, make sure you understand and are able to fulfil your specific duties to keep people safe, for example, under relevant safeguarding policies and procedures.

What is this guide about?

This guide aims to help you:

  • Spot disability hate crime
  • Support the person at risk to you what has happened
  • Take the right action to keep the person safe
  • Constructively challenge agencies including the Police, social services and other services to take action.

To read more, please download the attached document.

 


Documents

Disability Hate Crime Guide For Carers And Supporters

Locations

Address details:

Barnsley



Published: 02 October 2020