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|| As the MHA new Code states: "[P]rofessionals ... should also consider the general responsibilities of local authorities under Part 1 of the Care Act 2014 (eg duty to promote wellbeing, promote integration and co-operation duties), which applies to the care and support arranged or provided by local authorities to patients in the community, such as patients subject to CTOs, guardianship or leave from hospital. Professionals should consider the principles that the Care Act introduces about the centrality of the patient and a holistic approach to care and support. These are in line with the guiding principles proposed in [the MHA] Code." The course will examine the way that the following dovetail with duties under the MHA and MCA (including deprivation of liberty) including: (a) Independent advocacy; (b) Safeguarding to protect vulnerable people; (c) Assessments under the Care Act 2014; (d) The impact on Children and Young People in transition to adult services; (e) The duty to Involve carers; (f) Changes to s.117 MHA. Fee: £125 + VAT (£150). See Peter Edwards Law website for further details.