Learning Objectives: at the end of the course, students will be able to:
- Describe the key aims and principles of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
- Explain the terms ‘best interest’ and ‘decision maker’
- Describe the implications of the Bournewood case
- Define the role of the Public Guardian
- Explain what is meant by the Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) and differentiate between LPAs and Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPAs)
- Define what is meant by lacking capacity
- Specify who can assess people for capacity
- Explain how to keep appropriate records in relation to assessing capacity
- Explain what the Code of Practice is and the reasons for its establishment
- Identify the role and duties of IMCAs
- Describe the powers of the Court of Protection and Court-appointed Deputies
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