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What makes a good mental capacity assessment. How to assess capacity on personal care and medication. How to ensure best practice.

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Mental Capacity Assessment - Assessing Mental Capacity In Practice

This training is best suited for those who already have some understanding of what constitutes mental capacity and how it is assessed, and who want to focus on improving the quality of their mental capacity assessments. It is most suitable for social work students, social workers, occupational therapists, carers, nurses, personal assistants, day care providers and more.

We will look at what makes a good mental capacity assessment with examples of both good and poor practice; how to involve the client in the capacity assessment; how to evidence that you've addressed all five principles of the Mental Capacity Act in your report; how to specifically assess mental capacity in regards to managing personal care and medication and more. Also, we will consider the roles of family, friends, next of keen, LPAs and advocates in the mental capacity assessment process.

This is a very interactive training with plenty of opportunity to engage, ask questions and express your views.

NOTE: first five people to book will get a discount of £5/ticket. Use code : EARLYBIRD at checkout.

Equipment required: you will need access to Internet on your device as well as having Zoom installed on your pc or tablet/iPhone etc. Note that Zoom is free to download and install. You will also need to have a working camera and microphone on your device.

All participants will receive a certificate upon completing the training.

About the trainer: Ana Hanis has worked in social work for over 20 years and has extensive experience in all areas of social care. Ana has worked as a Mental Capacity, Safeguarding Adults and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards lead for several large local authorities in London. She has experience in multiple social work settings, including hospital discharge teams, neuro-rehabilitation units, complex risk management teams, access and assessment, re-enablement, learning disability or review teams. Ana was involved in policy making and delivering training to teams and professionals across Social Services.

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