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Using the Mental Capacity Act

We’ve just completed a short film for the Department of Health and the Social Care Institute for Excellence explaining the Mental Capacity Act. See the trailer version here (2.5 mins):

The film called ‘Using the Mental Capacity Act’ features a number of people representing different stories and perspectives on how the act can work for them and how it can be useful to us all, now or in the future. It sets out the five principles of the act, making advance decisions and also considers future planning such as lasting powers of attorney.

The full length version can be seen here:

 
More information about the Mental Capacity Act and working with it can be found here: MCA film

Read the blog from SCIE about the film: Using the Mental Capacity Act


Dementia – Memories & Culture

A film produced for Social Care Institute for Excellence about the importance of memories for people with dementia and how they can help connect people to their lives and experiences and aid communication.  The film was made with people from the West Indian Senior Citizens Project in Leicester and reveals the importance of connecting with and understanding people’s backgrounds and cultures as part of memory and reminiscence.

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