Supporting Adults who hoard - An introduction

Aims to: Provide an awareness of hoarding and considerations when supporting adults who have difficulties with hoarding

Learning objectives:

  • Define what hoarding is and when it may impact on someone's life
  • Identify factors that lead to hoarding behaviour
  • Consider hoarding as a diagnosis
  • Describe the importance of multi-agency working and engaging the individual
  • Identify key legislation that may be used when intervening with a person who hoards
  • Outline local procedures for management of hoarding behaviour including safeguarding adults with care and support needs

Facilitators: Nicola Davies, RMN - Adult Mental Health Learning and Development Officer, Joint Training, Karen Littleford MA, Partners in Care

Audience: Staff who have contact with adults who hoard including those working in adult social care, housing, fire, other statutory or voluntary agencies.

N.B. To attend this training, you must have completed Safeguarding Adults Awareness and Mental Capacity Act training

Date
Start Time
End Time
Location
The Lantern, Shrewsbury Meadow Farm Dr, Shrewsbury, SY1 4NG
Price
Group 1
£60.50
Group 2
£94.50
Group 3
£0.00
Availability
Available
Date
Start Time
End Time
Location
The Lantern, Shrewsbury Meadow Farm Dr, Shrewsbury, SY1 4NG
Price
Group 1
£64.50
Group 2
£100.50
Group 3
£0.00
Availability
Available
Date
Start Time
End Time
Location
The Lantern, Shrewsbury Meadow Farm Dr, Shrewsbury, SY1 4NG
Price
Group 1
£64.50
Group 2
£100.50
Group 3
£0.00
Availability
Available