Subsection (1) requires the Welsh Ministers (Welsh central government) to make “such arrangements as they considers reasonable to enable persons (“independent mental health advocates”) to be available to help both qualifying compulsory patient and qualifying informal patients. And so mental health advocacy provision is more extensive in Wales since, in England, only compulsory patients have […]
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