Deciding where home could be?
Home is about where you live most of the time. Home should be where most of your important things are, where you sleep, eat, and feel safe.
Deciding what treatment to have?
Treatment can be a medicine or an operation that experts think is needed to help you get better or stop you from getting worse. If you don’t want a treatment, then you need to explain to the assessor what can happen if you don’t have it..
Deciding about money & property?
People spend money on the things they decide they need or like to pay for. Money can be in the form of cash or things like homes, cars and jewellery. If things need to be paid for, it is important that you can talk about how managing money can affect what you have now and in the future.
If you are assessed as not having capacity then the best interests process will be followed.