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Mental Capacity Act: Making 'best interests' decisions

Part of Mental Capacity Act (MCA)

Social Care TV video

Short training video drama for care staff in a residential school depicting scenes between a young man with severe learning disabilities, and his key worker and social worker. It introduces the principles of the Mental Capacity Act and emphasises the importance of consultation in best interests' decision-making.

Innovation: living together

Social Care TV video

This film for social care commissioners and staff highlights two innovative approaches to meeting people’s accommodation needs. Shared Lives enables people to offer accommodation and support in their home to people who are unable to live independently. Home Share is a simple way of helping people to help each other.

Children of prisoners: arrest

Social Care TV video

This video shows the impact on children and their family when a parent is arrested and how social care services can help them.

Children of prisoners: custody

Social Care TV video

This video considers the sorts of problems children experience when a parent is in custody and what helps them. It shows the fragmentary nature of service provision and how some voluntary agencies and children's trusts are providing help. Parents who have been in prison, and parents left at home, talk about the experiences they have had.

Children of prisoners: release

Social Care TV video

This video considers the particular difficulties families can face following release. These are often overlooked and unexpected. However this may be when the family needs most support.

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