Customise Your Home Page

What is MyConcern?

MyConcern is our secure and trusted safeguarding software used by schools, colleges, sports clubs, charities and other organisations in the UK and worldwide. Don’t have MyConcern safeguarding software? – Book a free demo today!

As safeguarding is at the heart of everything we do, we work tirelessly to keep our system at the top of its game and regularly update functionality and usability based on user requests and current legislation. One of the best things about MyConcern is that it can be tailored to exactly match your establishment’s needs, giving you complete control of your safeguarding policies and practises. Our latest update has taken this one step further!

Our Latest Update – Customise Your Home Page!

It’s the little changes that make a big difference. The panel on the MyConcern home page, which until now has automatically shown the names of people with safeguarding lead user rights, is now fully customisable! A user with admin rights can edit the text within the whole panel to share any information they prefer. These changes can be made under Admin/ System/ Home Page Customisation.

What Should You Include?

You can customise your home page with any information you feel is necessary. Some suggestions might include contact details of your safeguarding team and your safeguarding contact within the local authority. Other useful information might include contact information for your establishment’s social worker, mental health worker or counsellor (if in post).

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If you are unsure of what to include or whether it would be appropriate to share other information, please contact our friendly customer support team who will be happy to help.

Watch This Space For Exciting Updates…

As mentioned above, we continuously work to improve our safeguarding software. If you’re curious about what might be next… keep an eye on our blog and sign up for our newsletter to be the first to hear of any exciting updates to MyConcern.

Written by Sam Franklin