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Independent Mental Capacity Service: Sixth Annual Report (Department of Health)

Summary The sixth annual report on the Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) service provides statistical information on referrals to this statutory advocacy service. The profile of impairment has not changed; the most common impairments for people receiving the IMCA service are: … Continue reading

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Independent Mental Capacity Service: Annual Report (Department of Health)

Summary The Mental Capacity Act 2005 created the Independent Mental Capacity Service to empower and safeguard people who do not have the capacity to make decisions. This Act also introduced the legal duty for NHS bodies and local authorities to … Continue reading

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