Sabrina Solomon is a trained multi-disciplinary advocate, with more than a decade of experience as both a frontline advocate and an advocacy service manager.
As The Advocacy Project’s designated safeguarding lead, Sabrina plays a fundamental role in designing our safeguarding policies and procedures. She is also at the heart of our training and development, working with frontline advocates to make sure safeguarding processes are accessible and meaningful for them.
Sabrina has an innovative approach and looks for ways to build on current practice. Recently this has included developing our CMS system to make sure the way we record safeguarding concerns is robust, guiding our advocates through the process and allowing us to capture more information.
Sabrina has delivered safeguarding training to staff throughout her advocacy management roles. She leads energetic and accessible sessions where the emphasis is on supporting staff to understand how they can incorporate safeguarding best practice in their work. She focuses on helping people to understand relevant legislation, to identify categories and indicators of abuse and to write meaningful referral forms that make sure action can be taken quickly.
Sabrina is a qualified advocate. She also holds a BA in Psychology and Sociology and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education.