Social Eyes 4Life
(Correspondence address only)
Phone: +44 203 685 6427
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10.00am - 6.00pm
Expanded business hours
We're now expanding our range of support and out hours service.
Social Eyes 4Life believes that everyone should be treated with respect because everyone is equal. We do not allow service providers and service users to discriminate against anyone on the grounds of any of the characteristics protected by diversity:
We strongly oppose those who breach this code.
If you identify with one or more of the protected characteristics, you do not have the right to bully or discriminate against anyone who belongs to another protective characteristic group.
Social Eyes 4Life agrees that a vulnerable adult is someone aged over 18 who requires assistance, support, advice or counselling due to particular needs of age, any form of disability, physical or mental health problems. (Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006.)
Abuse is defined as the violation of an individual's human and civil rights by another person or persons.
The 2001 'No Secrets' report by the Department of Health states the main types of abuse:
Social Eyes 4Life will be extremely vigilant and will not tolerate any form to service users and service givers. We are here to support isolated members of the community and are willing to try numerous courses of action with those who display challenging behaviour.
All staff who work with Vulnerable Adults are vetted by The Disclosure and Barring Service. Where necessary training will be gven to ensure that our clients are treated with the respect they rightly deserve.
Social Eyes 4Life defines Children and Young people to be under the age of 18. We will carry out vigorous asessments to safeguard any child attending events recommended by our organization. The staff supporting children will be DBS checked.
The intimidation of children will not be tolerated. However, children who intimidate other service users and service givers will be sanctioned. Sanctions could be anything from an informal chat to missing a session. We are here to enable children to experience a smooth transition into adulthood and will only remove them from the service in extreme circumstances.
Transparency will be operated at all times and records kept of the children's experience at the service they attend.
We have a 'Duty of Care' to the children who use the service and strongly oppose any person or persons who will violate their rights.
Social Eyes 4Life statement and policy: