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Safety and Welfare

Safeguarding Adults: Your Questions Answered

Advice from the Ann Craft Trust on some of the major issues that underpin the safeguarding of adults, a commitment to which is the legal and moral responsibility of all coaches

There are some common misconceptions around safeguarding adults that can create confusion and uncertainty in the minds of coaches, hindering their confidence and stalling their urgency to act if issues arise within a sport or physical activity setting. 

This is compounded by a degree of complexity relating to safeguarding adults that distinguishes it from the safeguarding of children. 

The good news is there are some simple techniques that can help alleviate those nagging anxieties and encourage coaches to act in an appropriate and effective manner. 

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