Care providers and their staff in England and Wales should be familiar with the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA). In Scotland they must work to the Adults with Incapacity Act 2000. For care providers, key features of mental capacity law include mental capacity assessments, best interests’ decision-making processes, and deprivation of liberty and human rights issues. CQC Standards Compliance,Wales Compliance Issues,Scotland Compliance Issues
Although Covid-19 restrictions are easing, mental capacity issues continue to present challenges to care providers. The Mental Capacity Act during the Covid-19 Pandemic
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