This 1/2 day course has been developed to introduce or refresh staff to the guidelines and protocols laid down in the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005.
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This course aims to equip staff with the required understanding and skills necessary to be aware of failing Mental Capacity. To understand the legal implications of a person with the lack of capacity and to assist with the development, implementation and maintenance of a suitable support system for that individual.
Max of 20 delegates
Lack of Capacity can be temporary or permanent and can affect different people in different ways at different times of their lives. It can be a gradual decline in mental awareness or suddenly brought on by accident or illness.
Specifically the training shows how the MCA interacts with the day to day activities of the Carer and how the Carer must adapt the duties of care to that individual.
The course also includes the Deprivation of Liberty (D.o L.) Safeguards.