When Decisions Become Difficult: Mental Capacity Assessment Advice Online Event
June 16 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree – £5.00
Join BRACE and expert mental capacity assessor, Tim Farmer, to learn how you can protect your loved ones.
Following a dementia diagnosis there may come a time when a loved one is no longer able to make decisions.
The Mental Capacity Act is there to protect people who may lack the mental capacity to make their own decisions about their future care and treatment.
This can be a difficult subject to discuss with a family member. This webinar will help empower you to understand what needs to be done, when, and how to help someone you love.
Using real life case studies, Tim Farmer will help you understand what mental capacity assessments entail, what experts look for and where best to go for the advice you need.
Mark Poarch, Chief Executive, BRACE Dementia Research
Expert witness with over 25 years’ experience in the assessment of mental capacity & financial vulnerability
Tickets cost £5.00 with 100% of all profit going to BRACE.
Tickets are FREE for people living with a dementia diagnosis and those claiming carers’ allowance to support someone with dementia.