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If you are appointed as a deputy by the Court of Protection, we will help you carry out your responsibilities πŸ‘₯ For more information, visit us online πŸ–₯️
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OPG Jan 16
πŸ—£οΈ Once a is registered, it will always be available to safeguard your future, even if you never need it. You can complete it online, and it costs Β£82 per application. For more information, visit our website πŸ–₯️
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OPG Jan 16
As well as , we're also here to help and advise Court of Protection appointed deputies in England and Wales on how to carry out their responsibilities. For more information, visit our website πŸ–₯️
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OPG Jan 15
Are you worried an attorney or deputy is not acting lawfully for the person they are responsible for? Call our safeguarding unit on 0115 934 2777. If it’s an emergency, call 999 and talk to the police πŸ‘₯
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WhittingtonHealthNHS Jan 12
If you lose the power to make certain decisions, a lasting power of attorney keeps those decisions with people you trust. We've been working with to encourage people to consider taking out an LPA. Find out more at:
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OPG Jan 11
Replying to @TomEvansLaw
Hi Tom. Yes, online LPA applications should be printed off, signed by all those involved in the correct order, and posted to us with the preferred payment method.
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OPG Jan 11
85% of attorneys say they have had a positive experience with us. To create your online, visit our website πŸ–₯️
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OPG Jan 10
New blog post! πŸ’»Deputy Director reflects on our autumn stakeholder events held in London, Cardiff and Leeds last year, discussing how we're developing our services to meet the changing needs of customers πŸ’¬ Read more online:
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OPG Jan 10
We no longer offer Enduring Power of Attorney (EPAs) but still register them if you made and signed one before October 1, 2007 πŸ“„ You can find out more about EPAs and on our website πŸ–₯️
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OPG Jan 10
Replying to @mumwifenurse
Hi Carrie. If you email customerservices@publicguardian.gov.uk and give details of your enquiry and any responses, we will make sure the appropriate team handles it. Many thanks.
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OPG Jan 9
Once a is registered, it's there to safeguard your future, even if you never need it πŸ’» For more information, or to complete your LPA, visit our website
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OPG Jan 9
Nearly a quarter of applications are being made online. To start yours, and for more information on LPAs, visit our website πŸ–₯️
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OPG Jan 8
A allows you to appoint someone you trust to look after your affairs should you not be able to make decisions yourself in the future. For more information, visit us online πŸ–₯️
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OPG Jan 8
A health and care allows someone you choose to look after your medical affairs if you become too ill to make decisions on your welfare πŸ’Ÿ For more information, visit our website πŸ–₯️
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OPG Jan 7
A property and finance will allow you to appoint someone you trust to look after your home and money if you lose mental capacity. For more information, visit our website πŸ‘πŸ’·
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Public Sector Digital Midlands Jan 3
Great comms video from about the important of putting "users first" in public sector communications to influence awareness of services and achieve user "channel shift" to online digital services.
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OPG Jan 3
The Office of the Public Guardian protects vulnerable people who may not have the mental capacity to make decisions for themselves. To find out more, visit our website πŸ–₯️
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OPG Dec 21
Our contact centre will be closed on: Christmas Eve ❄️ Christmas Day πŸŽ„ Boxing Day 🎁 New Year's Day πŸŽ‰ We'll also be closing at the slightly earlier time of 3pm on New Year's Eve, but will otherwise be open as usual, if you need to contact us on 0300 456 0300
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OPG Dec 21
Replying to @EmmaJeanPalmer
Hi Emma. Can you direct message us your refund claim reference number, and we'll look in to it for you. Many thanks.
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OPG Dec 20
Over three quarters of deputies say that they've had positive experiences with us. If you need advice or guidance on carrying out your responsibilities as a deputy, visit us online πŸ–₯️
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