Alan Lotinga, ADASS Adult Safeguarding Policy Lead
The editors have brought together an excellent, timely book - the culmination of leading and capturing so many successful conferences, webinars and briefings. We all now have a much better understanding of how we can help homeless people in need of care and protection.
Gill Leng, Public Health England
Expert contributions from a growing movement of professionals and people with experience of homelessness who aren't afraid of 'too difficult'; this book is an important step towards safeguarding becoming everyone's business, and health equity.
Bridget Penhale, Reader Emerita (Mental Health of Older People), University of East Anglia
This is an ambitious and important book, drawing timely attention to issues of safeguarding and homelessness. The edited collection represents a significant contribution to the debates on adult safeguarding and developing practice in this key area of adult social care. It will be an invaluable resource for practitioners, managers, students and educators across health and human services professions.