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Interface between the MCA and MHA

Explores the relationship between the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) and the Mental Health Act (MHA) of 1983 (as amended by the Mental Heath Act 2007) the difference between the two laws in relation to detention and deprivation of liberty.

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A guide to the deprivation of liberty safeguards

Looks at the law on deprivation of liberty safeguards (DOLS).

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Planning for the future

Explores who can make decisions on behalf of other people and when those decisions can be made.

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What to do when there is disagreement

Explores what kinds of disagreement can arise in relation to the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and possible solutions to resolve these.

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More complex best interests decision making

Explores how you begin to work out a person’s best interests in a practical context and the limits and challenges associated with best interests decision making.

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Making more complex decisions

Explores why, when and how to carry out a formal, recorded assessment of capacity.

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Best interest decisions about day-to-day care and support

Explores what the Act means by ‘best interests’ as well as when best interests decisions need to be made.

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Making day-to-day decisions about care and support

Explores what is meant by making day-to-day decisions and how we can assess a person’s capacity to make their own decisions.

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Mental Capacity Act

These learning resources use audio, video and interactive technology to assist in exploring the many areas of the Mental Capacity Act.

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Disabling Imagery - a teaching guide to disability and moving image media

This website provides information on how disability has been represented in moving image from the earliest days. The approach is from a disability equality and human rights perspective, which draws on the collective thinking of the Disabled People's Movement. Includes sections on: Ways of thinking about disability; Teaching with moving image media; Treatment of disabled people in moving image media; Activities and lesson plans, as well as links to further resources. Will be of use to those wishing to explore the use of the moving image in relation to disability or more generally - also to those with an interest in approaches to teaching about disability.

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