Helping care home managers navigate deprivation of liberty safeguards

In our Guide to the Court of Protection and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards for the busy care home manager, Holly Morrison-Carter, takes a deep dive into the court that makes welfare and financial decisions in the best interests of people who lack mental capacity.

Understanding mental capacity and the arrangements required when someone is deprived of their liberty (Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards) in a registered care or nursing home setting is key to ensuring you limit your exposure in respect of unlawful deprivations of liberty.

Read Holly's guide here where you''ll find information and a flow chart on the role of care providers in section 21A proceedings. 

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