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Living 'a life like ours' : support workers' accounts of substitute decision-making in residential care homes for adults with intellectual disabilities

By: Dunn, M C.
Contributor(s): Clare, I C H | Holland, A J.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 54 (2) 2010: 144-160.Publisher: 2010Subject(s): ADULTS | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SUPPORT STAFF | DECISION MAKING | INTELLECTUAL CAPACITY | ETHICS | RESIDENTIAL CARE | LEGISLATION | UNITED KINGDOM | MENTAL CAPACITY ACT 2005 | IMPLICATIONSSummary: Discusses the implications of the UK's Mental Capacity Act which provides a new legal framework to regulate substitute decision-making relating to the welfare of adults who lack the capacity to make one or more autonomous decisions about their care and support.
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Discusses the implications of the UK's Mental Capacity Act which provides a new legal framework to regulate substitute decision-making relating to the welfare of adults who lack the capacity to make one or more autonomous decisions about their care and support.

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