Mental capacity and vulnerable clients

An ageing population naturally brings focus on the rights of incapacitated adults and their planning needs.

Research shows a high level of vulnerability across the population which may result in individuals having additional or different needs, and/or limiting their ability or willingness to make decisions.

A comprehensive approach to advising elderly and vulnerable clients

It is imperative that all advisers working with vulnerable clients are aware of how to navigate the complexities and challenges that may present themselves when working with vulnerable clients. Advising vulnerable clients requires not only a very different skillset but an up-to-date knowledge of many varied areas of law and practice.

Designed, written and delivered in collaboration with leading industry experts, our qualification represents the first (and only) comprehensive mapping of legislative, welfare, financial and practice issues surrounding the care and advice provided to vulnerable people in England and Wales. 


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