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Sunday, 29 January 2017

increase in the number of deprivation of liberty cases

In 2014, Sir James Munby said of the Deprivation of Liberty’s that the number of disabled people being deprived of their liberty was “vastly greater” than previously assumed.  Sir James, went on to clarify that there was likely to be a “very significant” increase in the number of “deprivation of liberty'' cases Court of Protection judges would be asked to analyse and monitor.  This will have financial implication for Local authorities with responsibilities for the care of disabled people.

The Court of Protection is where issues relating to people who lack the mental capacity to make decisions are considered, in some circumstances due to lack of understanding and knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 a large percentage of people are “legally deprived of liberty”.

The Edith Ellen Foundation, would like to raise better awareness and increase understanding of the Mental Capacity Act 2005.  Our conference The Mental Capacity Act 2005 ‘a decade on – what’s right and what’s wrong’ is a free conference open to but not limited to: Care Providers, Relatives and Families, Service Users, Care Professionals, Care Workers, Social Services, Safeguarding, Adult Social Care, Health Practitioners, Local Authority, Law Enforcers, Associated Organisations & Charities.

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