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Coming up January 2018:

‘How fluctuating mental capacity affect survivors’

On Tuesday 30th January at 12:30pm Welsh Women’s Aid and Aberystwyth University will be hosting an informative webinar and we welcome you to join us. Led by Rebecca Zerk, Professor John Williams and Mwenya Chimba PhD (Head of Training at Welsh Women’s Aid), attendees will learn about the factors that can impact on mental capacity, from brain injury to learning disability and dementia, and their various indicators, as well as how to explore the best way of working with and responding to survivors who lack mental capacity in the context of a domestic abuse situation.
To do this, attendees will review current working practices in order to establish any gaps in service provision, recommendations for training and what practitioners can do to ensure the survivor is empowered and involved in the decision-making process of their own well-being and care.
Please join us on this informed, important webinar by using this link to register  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/7406980315445192194

Places are limited so please register to join as soon as possible.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Should you have any questions please contact us at training@welshwomensaid.org.uk

 

 

‘How fluctuating mental capacity can affect survivors’ – 30th January 2018

Mental capacity, domestic abuse and older people – Presentation slides

Specialist VAWDASV Support Provision for Older People – Presentation slides

 

And a big well done to @CoastalHousing!

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