'When can I make best interests decisions and how do I make them?'
This three hour course is designed to help staff make best interests decisions that are legally and ethically sound. It is an excellent introduction or refresher and is suitable for nursing and senior care staff who are familiar with the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
Best Interests Decisions
Introduction / Refresher
Senior care and nursing staff responsible for making best interests decisions
This course is not suitable for staff who lack familiarity with the Mental Capacity Act
To help staff make the best possible best interests decisions for those in their care
Up to 15 students
- Defining 'best interests'
- Needs Vs Wants
- Why best interests matters
- When best interests decisions
can / cannot be made
- When someone lacks mental capacity
- Best interests process
- Who should be involved in
- Best interests exercises
- Need to document decisions
- Need to review decisions
Workbook exercises, group discussion
Students are assessed on their performance in the class and in the summative test at the end.
This course description is not a contract and content may be subject to change.
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Michael Hughes MSc BSc(Hons) RN DipN ENB 998 ENB 978 Cert HPM FRSPH FIHPE PTLLS
Healthcare Training 79 Lodge Lane, North Finchley, London N12 8JG Tel/Fax: 020 3115 1039
- Care Standards Act 2000
- Mental Capacity Act 2005
- Skills for Care Induction Standards
- Diploma in Health & Social Care
- National Vocational Qualifications
- Care Certificate
- Attendance forms
- Knowledge tests
- Feedback forms
- Lecture notes
- Reinforcement exercises
- A4 Laminated posters
Dependent on your training needs.
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