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New health and social care guidance from NICE – the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence – aims to improve support for young people as they move from children's to adults' health and care services.
Join this SCIE webinar to help you to understand the five core principles and key elements of the MCA. Aimed at frontline staff and team leaders in care services. Only 100 places available so book now.
Part of Mental Capacity Act (MCA)
This webinar will help you to understand the five core principles and other key elements of the Mental Capacity Act (2005) and introduce you to SCIE's MCA resources.
Lorraine Currie, MCA and DoLS Manager, Shropshire Council, defines the MCA’s principle 2 and how we support and enable decision-making.
Guidance to assist local authorities in the UK involved in cross-border placements where an adult is being, or has been, placed by an English, Welsh or Scottish local authority or Northern Irish health and social care trust into accommodation in a different UK country.
The Church of England has published SCIE's independent audits of their safeguarding arrangements in four areas. Following this pilot, the Church has commissioned SCIE to support roll out across all 41 dioceses in England in 2016 and 2017.
This video sets out the importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney and Advance Decisions to Refuse Treatment, both part of the Mental Capacity Act, as the best ways to maintain your control over decision-making.
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New research from the University of Lancaster identifies the relationship between young motherhood and the risk of court-ordered removal of children. It also recorded a significant increase in newborn children being taken into care.
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