Ministry of Justice, January 2019
This call for evidence will aim to seek views and contributions from a range of stakeholders, to develop a robust evidence base which will inform revisions made to the Mental Capacity Act Code of Practice.
The consultation closes on 7th March 2019.
Click here for further information and to respond to the consultation.
Department of Health Social Care, December 2018
Examines the potential impact on protected groups of the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill, which seeks to replace current legislation with Liberty Protection Safeguards. It looks at the positive, neutral and negative effects that this legislation could have on people with protected characteristics and other groups, such as carers.
Click here to view the full report.
Department of Health, October 2015
These resources provide guidance for adult social care workers on the Mental Capacity Act and how it relates to their continuing professional development.
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East Midlands Academic Science Network, February 2015
This guide has been developed by NHS and university partners and is based on extensive research involving people with Bipolar Disorder and is designed to help them advance plan for times when they might be unwell. The booklet will help people with Bipolar Disorder to understand the Mental Capacity Act and navigate the law. The booklet has the potential to support people with Bipolar Disorder by helping them to retain control as well as protect their welfare, property and finances during periods where they may experience a loss of capacity.
Click here to download a copy of the booklet.
Click here for more information on the project.
Social Care Institute for Excellence, October 2014
This report shows commissioners and providers of care how to embed the principles of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) into care and support planning across the board.
Click here for further information and to download the report.