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Define and critically analyse the legal framework including Codes of Practice that shape Best Interests Assessments and judgements within the context of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.

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1 . Best Interests Assessor Module  - Assessment

The module has two assessment tasks weighted at 50% each. Students cannot be compensated and have to pass each element at 50% as the tasks are linked to different learning outcomes based on the statutory requirements / capabilities for the BIA role. Supervisory bodies who approve BIAs need to have confidence in the training to know that students are competent and meet all of the requirements. 

Task 1

A 2500 word assignment to cover the learning outcomes below.

  1. Define and critically analyse the legal framework including Codes of Practice that shape Best Interests Assessments and judgements within the context of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.
  2. Critically analyse the ethical tensions and dilemmas raised in undertaking the Best Interests Assessor role in the context of human rights and adult safeguarding where appropriate drawing on relevant research.

Task 2

A 40 minute viva – 20 minutes presentation followed by questions.  Students will complete a Form 3 based on a BIA assessment that they have shadowed. They will create a presentation based on the decisions and dilemmas involved in the case and Form 3. They will present the case to a panel comprising both academic staff and current experienced practitioner/ assessors. The completed, anonymised paperwork including a capacity assessment, BIA assessment, balance sheet and other relevant forms will be submitted beforehand

The presentation will meet the following learning outcomes:

3. Demonstrate skills necessary to obtain, evaluate and analyse complex evidence and differing views and to weigh them appropriately in decision making.

4. Competently complete all required documentation including appropriate clear and reasoned reports in accordance with legal requirements and good practice.

2. Assessment is based on the 6 Key Capabilities that BIA students need to demonstrate

The six areas are:

Key Capability 1: The ability to apply in practice, and maintain knowledge of, relevant legal and policy frameworks

Key Capability 2: The ability to work in a manner congruent with the presumption of capacity

Key Capability 3: The ability to take all practical steps to help someone to make a decision

Key Capability 4: The ability to balance a person’s right to autonomy and self-determination with their right to safety, and respond proportionately

Key Capability 5: The ability to make informed, independent best interest decisions within the context of a Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) assessment

Key Capability 6: The ability to effectively assess risk in complex situations, and use analysis to make proportionate decisions

 

The best interests assessor practice handbook

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Best Interests Assessor practice handbook

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The Mental Capacity Act 2005: a guide for practice

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The approved mental health professional`s guide to mental health law

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Mental Capacity Act 2005: deprivation of liberty safeguards : workbook for practitioners = Mental Capacity Act 2005 : workbook for practitioners

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A practical guide to the Mental Capacity Act 2005: putting the principles of the Act into practice

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Mental Capacity Act Code of Practice (2007 Final Edition): Code of Practice to the Mental Capacity Act 2005 Webpage- 2007

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Mental health and mental capacity law for social workers: an introduction

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Practising Social Work Law

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Critical thinking and professional judgement for social work

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Define and critically analyse the legal framework including Codes of Practice that shape Best Interests Assessments and judgements within the context of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.

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