David Gell Consultancy
To help staff complete mental capacity assessments and best interest decisions confidently. Linking these with the culture and practice changes that are required to be embedded by the Making Safeguarding Personal policy which introduces person-centred, outcome-based practice.
There will be a workbook to review prior to the session.
Further information will be received when you have signed up for the course.
3 1/2 hours online via Zoom
Mental capacity (5) Effective Assessments and outcome-based support planning (6) Direct work with individuals and families (7)
Advance human rights, social justice and economic well-being (4) knowledge of social sciences, law and social work practice theory (5) Apply critical reflection and analysis for professional decision making (6) Use judgement to intervene with individuals, families and Communities to promote independence, provide support, prevent harm, neglect and abuse (7)
Providers Services employees involved in assessing people’s capacity and best interests’ decisions in a multi-agency role.