Care In The Time Of Covid

Care In The Time Of Covid

Autumn 2021 update on the effect of Covid 19 on care home residents, issues of vaccination and Court of Protection practice

Content

Restrictions on family visits and access to the community for residents of care homes during the Covid 19 pandemic have resulted in hardship and isolation for many. In this free webinar held on 7 September 2021, Rory O’Ryan and Elizabeth Mottershaw of Garden Court North Chambers consider the prevailing position at the time of the seminar for those lacking capacity to make decisions as to residence and care, in particular:

  • best interests decision making; balancing health risks to P and other residents vs package of care at home;
  • update on CoP decisions on medical treatment, including Covid 19 vaccination;
  • current Court of Protection practice and procedure in the light of the pandemic.

Target Audience

This webinar is aimed at legal practitioners and those working with them, with an assumed basic knowledge of the topic area.

Resources

The webinar slides can be viewed below:

The recording and slides will be available to view for three months from the date of the webinar.

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Speakers

Elizabeth Mottershaw, Barrister, Garden Court North Chambers

Elizabeth’s practice focuses on immigration and housing, and her particular interest in vulnerable clients is seeing her develop a growing Court of Protection practice. She also accepts instructions on international human rights law and international humanitarian law.

Rory O’Ryan, Barrister, Garden Court North Chambers

Rory’s practice covers the full spectrum of immigration law, ranging from personal and business immigration issues, PBS, EU free movement and protection and human rights appeals in the First tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and beyond, having appeared in the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.