The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005 is an important piece of legislation to empower individuals to make decisions wherever possible and protects individuals who lack capacity, by providing a framework that places individuals at the centre of decision making. The learning resource has been developed by the pan Lancashire MCA practice group, a multiagency group with health and social care colleagues from commissioning and provider organisations.
To view the Mental Capacity Act E-book resource, please click on the link below:
The video link below will take you to a learning resource to support and develop increased understanding of the MCA. The resource comprises of the video illustrates the key elements of the MCA 2005, with a number of scenarios giving practical demonstrations of what this means, using professional actors. The e-book will provide additional information and links to helpful resources. Please click on the link to view the video: