At Bethphage, we are passionate about the need for us all to speak-up when we witness wrongdoing or something that does not feel quite right.   

We encourage a working environment where our staff feel comfortable and confident enough to tell their manager if something is bothering them. However, we recognise that this may not always be possible.This is why we have commissioned ‘SeeHearSpeakUp’ to manage and listen to concerns raised through their website. We want to ensure our staff, family members, carers, and anyone who comes into contact with the people we support and our services have every opportunity to freely speak up . 

What is great about ‘SeeHearSpeakUp’ is that any concerns will be received by an independent, professional organisation who will ensure people’s voices are heard. They will a keep the person informed about the issue they have raised. You can report things anonymously if you want to.   

Our Quality Manager, Clare Shaw said:  

“We are serious about wanting to hear and act on any concerns that our staff may have. We recognised that there was a gap of how this would happen in the event of them not being able to talk directly to a manager. Although we hope these occasions will be infrequent, this system will plug that gap and ensure that we are hearing what everyone has to say.”  

You can access the website directly from this link Web Report – Bethphage (, via the safeguarding page on Bethphage’s website: Safeguarding at Bethphage | Bethphage or via the “Report a Safeguarding Concern” button throughout our website. 

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