Referrals to the Self-Neglect and Hoarding Panel (SNaHP)
Referrals to the SNaHP to be sent 7 days in advance of the meeting to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meetings will be held via a virtual meeting platform.
Dates of meetings for 2023:
Wednesday 11 January 2023
Wednesday 15 February 2023
Wednesday 08 March 2023
Wednesday 12 April 2023
Wednesday 10 May 2023
Wednesday 28 June 2023
Wednesday 26 July 2023
Wednesday 10 August 2022
Wednesday 27 September 2023
Wednesday 18 October 2023
Wednesday 08 November 2023
Wednesday 13 December 2023
Preparing for the meeting:
- Referrals are to be completed on the appropriate SNaHP referral form
- Complete the LBB Risk Assessment & Protection Plan if the case is considered significant/high risk and/or the service user is a repeat referral to the panel. Share your findings at the meeting.
- Consider speaking with other multi-agency professionals to gain their perspective and determine if there has been any previous involvement with the adult, if possible.
- Discuss the case with a senior member of staff /line manager/Consultant Lead Practitioner/Safeguarding Advisor before the meeting if possible, particularly with regard the any MCA assessment, if possible.
- Ensure a referral to the London Fire Brigade has been completed before the meeting if possible and feedback actions LFB have taken, upon receipt of referral, if you’re able to.
Chairperson: on rotation
Members in attendance usually are as follows:
- LBB Consultant Lead Practitioner
- LBB Environmental Health Service
- Clarion Housing Group
- SEL NHS ICB (Bromley) Adult Safeguarding GP
- London Fire Brigade (if required)
- Bromley Healthcare Adult Safeguarding Lead
- Oxleas CMHT
- SEL NHS ICB (Bromley) Adult Safeguarding Lead
Complex Case Pathway:
The Complex Case Pathway is an alternative option for professionals. This framework and guidance promotes multi-agency working in supporting people with complex needs who may be at risk of abuse of neglect due to either a lack of engagement with services or because they are do not meet eligibility criteria for one or more services but have safeguarding needs that might benefit from a multi-agency response.