@bepesce4 asked 5 months ago.

Describe how older people can be in control of decision making about their care and support needs?

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@ennapuppav answered 5 months ago.

Older people have a legal right to be involved in decisions about their care and support. Older people can be involved in decisions about their care and support by being involved in decisions about their care and support. They can do this by being involved in decisions about their care and support.
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@Benjii answered 5 months ago.

The person needs to be in control of the decision and they need to have all the information around them in order to make the best choice for them. They need to feel supported and they need to feel that they are respected, and that their dignity remains in place.

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@wezurrogo answered 5 months ago.

Older people can be as involved as they want to be in the decisions that affect their care and support needs. The important thing is to ensure that older people are not just involved in the decision-making process, but that their views are taken into account and are respected.
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@wogijudde answered 5 months ago.

Older people have the same rights and responsibilities as anyone else. They are entitled to the same rights and opportunities as all other people and they also have a responsibility to take an active role in their care and support and to ensure that they are making decisions that are right for them at the time.

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