Making safeguarding personal means that safeguarding should be person-led and outcome-focused, engaging people in determining how best to respond to their safeguarding situation. This involves a move away from process driven models of safeguarding. Workers involved with an adult at risk should engage them in a conversation about how best to respond to their safeguarding situation, in a way that enhances their involvement, choice and control seeking to improve their quality of life, wellbeing and safety. Services should be appropriate to the adult and not discriminate because of disability, age, gender, gender reassignment, sex or sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, culture or lifestyle, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/ maternity.