Mental capacity: the force of law


Posted on August 8th, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Jill Manthorpe and Kritika Samsi have been watching how the Mental Capacity Act is being used to obtain justice for people with dementia who have been the subject of ill-treatment or wilful neglect: here they share five key findings

Vol 20 No 4, 12-13, July/August 2012





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