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How to Navigate the Legal Complexities when Supporting Clients with Dementia

July 25 @ 11:00 am - July 30 @ 12:00 pm

A legal practitioner sat at their desk, holding the hand of a client supportingly

These sessions will address some of the challenges within the law when helping clients with dementia with legal services so that you can feel confident in supporting their needs and ensuring you are compliant with your professional obligations.

It will dispense some of the popular myths surrounding the illness and consider how we can communicate better with clients who have dementia by asking the right questions.

You will learn practical tips to take away and implement into your day-to-day work

By the end of these sessions you will be able to:

  • Understand what dementia is
    Demonstrate how to meet the needs of vulnerable clients and support clients with dementia, as well as their families
    Manage conflicts of interest and identify who your client is
    Navigate the rules surrounding access and rights to personal information
    Understand the circumstances when access and disclosure of an incapacitated person’s will is permitted
    Recognise when it is the right time to register an Enduring Power of Attorney
    Extensive notes will be provided and time will be set aside for delegate questions

Please note, the course fee is per person.

All sessions are recorded and available on demand if you are unable to join live. Please book your place and the recording will be circulated 48 hours after the live session to review on-demand.


  • Thursday 25th July
    Tuesday 30th July

Who Should Attend

All practitioners


Beginner and Intermediate


July 25 @ 11:00 am
July 30 @ 12:00 pm
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Today’s Legal Training
0330 1000 839
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