A ½ day Seminar on the Financial Provisions of the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 and role of the Public Guardian
Tuesday 30 August 2016 (1.30pm – 4.30pm) & Wednesday 31 August 2016 (9.30am – 12.30pm)
Cost to attend : £99 + VAT Public & Private Sector, £89 + VAT for 3rd sector and Charitable Organisations
These ½ day training seminar’s will be led by Sandra McDonald, the Public Guardian for Scotland and provide an opportunity to learn the what, why, where, when and how of the AWI Act and the difference between powers of attorney, guardianship orders and the role of the Public Guardian in relation to protecting and safeguarding.
The course will offer 3 hour’s of verifiable CPD and will cover -:
Professional Guardians Scheme – Sandra will outline the way OPG intend to underte supervision of professional guardians account, what it will involve and the benefits it will offer practitioners.
United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) – The The report of the Essex Autonomy project (due to be published on 6 June) will recommend changes that are required to bring us to a situation of compliance and Sandra will précis all of this and suggest what sort of practice changes this may be ‘pointing towards’.
Delayed Discharged pilot – Scottish Government is currently running a pilot in the central belt to expedite the discharge from hospital of people with incapacity awaiting a guardianship order and depending on findings this may be ‘rolled out’. Sandra will outline the pilots early findings, focusing on what changes this may have for practice.
Graded Guardianship – Not a new concept but one that is gathering a ‘head off steam’. This is an opportunity for practitioners to consider implications for them and their clients.
Adults with Incapacity SG Consultation – The seminar is an opportunity to consider the outcome of the recent consultation and what it means for practitioners.
Deprivation of Liberty – What does this mean for practitioners and practice.
When delegates register to attend one of the seminars they will be asked to indicate their particular area’s of interest to enable Sandra to prioritise structuring the seminar to meet their needs.
Seminar notes and copies of slides will be provided for verification purposes and the seminar will have clear outcomes against which evaluation will be possible.