This illustrated guide teaches people with learning disabilities how to stay safe at home, out and about, on public transport, at cash machines, and on the phone. Tips cover planning ahead, securing doors/windows, carrying belongings safely, avoiding isolation, asserting boundaries, reporting concerns, getting help, and more. It emphasises trusting instincts, seeking support, and that safety matters most. Scenarios explain responding firmly to unwanted callers, salespeople, and harassment. Advice includes identifying trusted contacts and emergency numbers to call. The clear language, large text, and friendly illustrations aim to build confidence and skills for everyday safety. Overall, the guide promotes vigilance, preparedness and self-advocacy to prevent victimisation.
- How to keep safe at home
- How to keep your home safe
- How to keep safe when out and about
- How to keep safe on buses
- How to keep safe on trains
- How to keep safe in taxis
- How to keep safe at the cash machine
- How to keep safe on the phone
- What to do if you are in trouble
- Who can you talk to about your safety?
- Useful telephone numbers