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Friday 7th February 2020

Mental Capacity and Decision Making

Decisions Decisions

We all make decisions every day, some simple, some more complex. When supporting a young person with additional needs it is vital that we all understand how decisions about their lives are made to ensure their needs are met and rights protected’.
An information session for parents and carers about how decisions are made with and for young people and adults with additional needs.
The session will include:
• How mental capacity assessments are completed
• Information about the legal framework
• How decisions are made in a person’s best interest

There will be time to ask questions throughout the session and you will be given some written information to take away with you

The session will be held at Sandy Lane Children’s Centre, on Friday 7th February from 11am – 1pm

Event Date: Friday 7th February 2020

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