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CHILDREN'S NEEDS - PARENTING
MENTAL CAPACITY ACT (COP)
This second edition of 'Children's Needs - Parenting Capacity' provides an update on the impact of parental problems, such as substance misuse, domestic violence, learning disability and mental illness, on children's welfare.
The book is divided into three parts dealing with general issues, children of different ages and the impliocations for implication for policy and practice.
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The most significant development in the procedure of the family courts for 20 years, 'Family Procedure Rules 2010' replaces all existing procedural rules for family proceedings, creating a comprehensive and accessible source for all who come into contact with the family justice system.
The Family Procedure Rules 2010 are available as an annual subscription and supplied in a pack containing two loose-leaf binders and a CD-ROM.
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The Parenting Plan (previously Parenting Plans: Putting Your Children First - A Guide for Separating Parents) is a publication designed to help parents and other relatives to reach agreement about arrangements for their children following parental separation and divorce.
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The Mental Capacity Act Code of Practice 2015 embeds developments in areas including the use of restrictive interventions, seclusion, use of police powers to detain people in places of safety, and the use of community treatment orders.
The Code contains a chapter that gives guidance on the effect of the Act on the powers of donees of lasting power of attorney (attorneys) and court appointed deputies under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
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