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    fifi 26
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    explain what steps to take if consent cannot be readily established

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    ROMOS
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    Some reading here>>http://www.thinklocalactpersonal.org.uk/_library/Resources/Personalisation/TLAP/Risk_personalisation_framework_West_Midlands.pdf


    Ducky
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    More information is required beginning with consent for what, where, whom? why? etc.

    ROMOS Social work student looking for an easy way to pass the course.
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    Ducky Yep...and I want to help...NOT! (Well, maybe just a little) :)
    fifi 26 im not lookin for a easy way out i am actually stuck and need help
    it is consent for a activity, in a care home that the residents have demenia can you help me please
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    Ducky Then, as requested, you need to give more information.
    fifi 26 it is consent for a activity, in a care home that the residents have demenia can you help me please
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    Ducky Different countries have different laws, different forms, different requirements. Sorry, I can't even begin to help you.


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