AMCAT - AUDIT TOOL

  1. About the assessment
  2. About the decision
  3. Thinking back to the assessment
  4. The person's capacity to make a decision
  5. Monitoring

Please make sure you answer all the questions below

What is your relation to the person whose capacity was being assessed?

Please specify: Note: The AMCAT is an automated tool so we are not able to comment on this element of your response.

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