Please book yourself on to this course if you have a young person coming up to the age of 16. Mental Capacity is a very important part of moving into adulthood. It is all about whether your young person can make decisions for themselves after the age of 16, and especially when they are an adult at 18.
Please BOOK YOURSELF ON THE COURSE, it is £19 per parent including lunch.
Please follow the link below.
Message from The Advocacy and Support Partnership below
Dear Parents and Carers,
Transition to Adult Life and what the Mental Capacity Act means for young people with SEND – a seminar to help parents carers and professionals understand the issues
Who makes decisions for young people with SEND when they reach adulthood? What rights to parents have to decide on future pathways?
This is the latest seminar in our subsidised Transition to Adult Life series in central London, on March 5th 2020.
TRANSITION TO ADULT LIFE AND THE MENTAL CAPACITY ACT, including welfare and financial deputyship and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS), and Power of Attorney, and also covering Continuing Health Care Assessments from age 18 and whether your son or daughter is likely to qualify for NHS funding. Hear a top lawyer and expert speakers take you through the issues.
The cost is only £19 including lunch for parents/carers and £49 for professionals. The previous seminar was sold out, so please book early.
Please see the attached leaflet for full details, and click this link to BOOK NOW.