This is where you might find documents and resources that you are looking for… but if you don’t, let us know and we would be happy to help.
Antimicrobial Stewardship – Consumer Guide
Tips for effective communication
Falls Prevention (Arabic)
Falls Prevention (Chinese)
Healthcare Associated Infections
Health Care Rights
Health Care Rights(Arabic)
Incidents – what happens when something goes wrong
Looking after your back
Open Disclosure (Arabic)
Pressure Injuries (Arabic)
Pressure Injuries (Chinese)
REACH programme – what to do if you are worried about your child while at Allowah
At Allowah we respect the right of children and their families to make a complaint.
See below for more information.
We recognise the right of all children and young people to live free from harm, abuse and exploitation.
We believe that Allowah ought to be a place of safety and refuge for children, young people, and others, that they be, and feel, safe from any threat when at Allowah or involved in activities operated by Allowah, or accessing services provided by Allowah.
We believe that Allowah should be a place where people can disclose abuse and have it dealt with effectively.
When making decisions about children and young people, the main consideration must be their safety, welfare, and wellbeing.
We recognise, welcome and uphold the Child Safe Standards at Allowah. These are: