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Demonstrate that the best interests of an individual with dementia are considered when planning and delivering care and support
Item 2.1 under Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimizing risks: Demonstrate that the best interests of an individual with dementia are considered when planning and delivering care and support. The section [ “what you must do to keep me safe” is an opportunity to record action being taken to promote the person’s best interest as defined by the Mental
Capacity Act, e.g. DoLS ]
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