A new era for mental health law and policy. Supported decision-making and the un convention on the rights of persons with disabilities. Piers Gooding.Series: Cambridge disability law and policy series.Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom, New York, NY, USA, Cambridge University Press, 2017Description: 279 pp.ISBN: 9781107140745 (hardback); 9781316506134 (paperback).Subject(s): MENTAL HEALTH : LAW SNW QMM | DISABILITY : LAW SAU G | RIGHTS OF SERVICE USERS : SOCIAL WELFARE QDD ELD | DISABLED PERSONS : PSYCHOLOGY IMU T | DECISION MAKING : PSYCHOLOGY IEXOther classification: SNW QMM
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note: Introduction; Part I. What do Human Rights Mean for Mental Health Law?: 1. Mental health law: purpose and procedures; 2. Mental health, law and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: new tools or new paradigm?; 3. Major criticisms of mental health law; Part II. The CRPD-Support Framework and Mental Health: New Tools or New Paradigm?: 4. The CRPD-support framework; 5. Applying the CRPD-support framework in law; 6. Practical examples of the CRPD-suport approach in the mental health context; 7. Navigating the 'flashing Amber Lights' of the CRPD-support framework: addressing major concerns; Conclusion.