Assessing Decisional Capacity of Older Adults Registration Form
Learning Objectives: 1. Determine the need to evaluate your patients capacities 2. List the ten key tenets of capacity assessment principles and practices 3. Evaluate a patient following the specified process 4. Identify different capacities and situations 5. Assess when to conduct an evaluation yourself and when to refer 6. Describe the process of working with courts in guardianship proceedings
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