Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission Inquiry into Guardianship Legislation: Question Paper 5 - Medical and dental treatments and restrictive practices

Sue Field, Cameron Stewart, Craig Sinclair, Romola Bucks

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This submission focuses on the guardianship regime in New South Wales and is concerned with the implications of that regime for the ageing population, specifically those living with dementia. We do so with reference to the norms outlined in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and the decision-making principles enunciated in the ALRC Report on Equality, Capacity and Disability in Commonwealth Laws (ALRC Report). The submission draws on comparative analysis of legislation and case law, and recommends a number of changes to the existing legislation. These are focused on legislation relating to medical and dental treatment and restrictive practices
Original languageEnglish
TypeSubmission to the New South Wales Law Reform Commission
Media of outputNSW Law Reform Commission Website
PublisherNew South Wales Law Reform Commission
Number of pages7
Place of PublicationSydney
Publication statusPublished - 22 May 2017

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7 p. Sydney : New South Wales Law Reform Commission. 2017, Submission to the New South Wales Law Reform Commission.

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