Mental Capacity Act 2005 comes into force April 2007
An Act to reform the currently wholly unsatisfactory situation that has obtained for so long regarding the affairs of those who lack mental capacity is now on the statute books and will come into force next year.
The legislation is accompanied by a Code of Practice, to which all professional and paid carers will be under a statutory duty to have regard.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CODE OF PRACTICE ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS
In view of the importance of this legislation Robert Campbell has a PowerPoint presentation to the care home industry it is vital care workers at all levels become familiar with it's operation and effect. Dealing with those lacking full or any mental capacity has long been a grey area and one which, accordingly, has been open to abuse and the new law seeks to address this.
To assist in the re-education drive specialist healthcare lawyer Robert Campbell is presenting
The PowerPoint lecture around the country to interested groups and Care Training Consortia. For more details please email:
email@example.com or call 01271 812509.