Social Housing Seminar: Best Practice Advice for dealing with Vulnerable Occupiers
January 15, 2014
Thursday 20th February 2014 at 2 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. – Central London (near Trafalgar Square) £30 plus VAT*
This seminar offers practical help to all housing professionals in managing and safeguarding vulnerable occupiers.
Vulnerable tenants who display anti-social behaviour are often disengaged and isolated. While their challenging behaviour needs to be addressed, their individual needs must also be protected. This seminar will discuss how to involve outside agencies in supporting the vulnerable occupier and avoid the escalation of ongoing problems.
Imogen Parry – Imogen has carried out respected independent research in the housing sector on safeguarding adults and is a regular speaker
Bernadette Reid Head of Social Housing at Marsons Solicitors.
*This is a contribution to costs of holding the seminar and any profit will be donated to Shelter
Feedback on Previous Seminars by Marsons Solicitors
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