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Community Care Law, Practice and Advocacy 

Latest Legislation

Older People's Rights

Effective Practice

Communication Skills                                                                                                                                                                                       

An interesting and interactive way of learning about legislation affecting the lives of older people, through practical case studies and participative exercises

This course will give you an overview of legislation in health and social care relevant to decision making for older people. It will set out the rules and illustrate how they can be challenged constructively by advocates to encourage, and sometimes force, local authorities and NHS bodies to make fair and lawful decisions.

Trainer: Michael Mandelstam

Michael Mandelstam has worked for the Disabled Living Foundation and the Department of Health. He now works independently providing legal training and advice to local authorities, NHS services and voluntary organisations. He has written a number of books - a Quick Guide to Community Care Practice and the Law (2010), Community Care Practice and the Law (2009), Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults and the Law (2009)

Wednesday 11th May 2011 10.00 to 4.00 (Registration 9.30)

At The Training Room, Voluntary Action Islington, 200a Pentonville Road, London N1 9JP

To book a place, please call Sara Murphy on 020 7837 6744 or

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