7. How decisions are monitored

Closed 1 Nov 2019

Opened 30 Aug 2019

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Overview

This part is about how the law can ensure that professional decisions respect people’s rights, will and preferences.

We suggest that autistic people and people with learning disability should be routinely involved in developing, implementing and monitoring human rights based mental health services.

We suggest that the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland and the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland should be given increased authority to protect the rights of autistic people and people with learning disability.

We make a range of suggestions on how human rights should be monitored.

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Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Learning disability and autism