The Mental Capacity Act aims to protect vulnerable people who may lack the capacity to make decisions for themselves. Our E-Learning course provides clear guidelines for carers and professional about who should take decisions on behalf of service users as well as when and how.
The Mental Capacity Act has been developed to coordinate and clarify the law about the care and treatment of people who lack this capacity. It is designed to protect the rights of the individual and to empower vulnerable people who:
It introduces new powers and organisations to protect individuals and helps to clarify what is expected of staff.
Mental Capacity Act E-Learning aims to provide Professional and Care Staff with key information about the Act and describes the changes that have occurred as a result of it.
The Act gives staff and carers clear guidance about:
The Mental Capacity Act e-learning course includes:
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