Vulnerable adults

A vulnerable adult is a person aged 18 or over who is less able to protect themselves than others and has difficulty making their wishes and feelings known and this may make them vulnerable.

This could be because they have a mental health problem, a physical or learning disability, a sensory impairment, are old and frail, or have some form of illness.

For more information on support available for Vulnerable Adults visit Surrey County Council.

If you are at risk of abuse, neglect or harm - or you suspect someone else it - please report it.

In an emergency, dial 999 for the police.

Otherwise, please contact the Surrey Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH): Surrey County Council - Raising concerns and staying safe 0300 470 9100 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) or 01483 517898 (outside standard hours).