What does The Mental Capacity Act 2005 provide?

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In my intervention, The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) provides the legal framework in which my work was completed. The Code of Practice provides me with practical guidance as to how to put the MCA into practice in day to day lives to the adults we I have a duty of care towards. The code of practice provides guidance on how best to support people to make decisions and how to assess functionality ability, and includes a checklist that decision makes should follow in determining best interests. The MCA describes the meaning of lacking capacity in section 2, as “if at the material time he is unable to decide for himself about the matter...
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