Capacity Assessment Edmonton
Capacity assessment is a procedure used to determine whether an adult can still make his/her own decisions. There must be proof that the capacity assessments are needed, and the adult needs someone else to help make decisions.
According to Alberta ADULT GUARDIANSHIP AND TRUSTEESHIP ACT:
“Capacity means in regard of the making of a decision about a matter, the capability to understand the information that is relevant to the decision and to appreciate the reasonably foreseeable consequences of a decision and a failure to make a decision.”
The Report is a required court form when making a co-decision-making, guardianship, or trusteeship application. The Capacity Assessment Report (Guardianship or Trusteeship or Both) Form 4 must be used for a guardianship and trusteeship application.
Why Capacity assessment is needed
To provide the Court with information to help determine whether a co-decision maker, guardian, or trustee will be required for an adult when making decisions about personal & financial matters.
It is needed if a person cannot make a reasonable judgment about their own personal and lifestyle affairs, such as where they will live, and there are concerns about the decisions they are making or others are making for them. The decisions that a guardian can make depends on the Capacity assessment.
Capacity Assessment Alberta
We are Edmonton Counselling Services is the government of Alberta approved capacity assessor who help to determine the capacity. The capacity assessor is authorized to make declarations of incapacity regarding the Enduring Powers of Attorney.
Capacity Assessors in Edmonton, Alberta determine capacity based on Capacity Process law in the Alberta Adult. Guardianship and Trusteeship Act (GT act).
The assessment specifies the type of personal and lifestyle decisions a guardian can make, such as:
- Health Care, Including Medical and Dental Treatment
- Accommodation, including the type of housing required, where it is located, and whom the person lives with
- Access to services
- Access to people, including restricting or prohibiting particular people from having contact with the represented person.
Capacity Assessment Form Alberta
We are Edmonton Counselling Services from Alberta Edmonton helps peoples in capacity assessment to take the capacity assessment and learn about their assessment results that will, later on, help them take their life’s decision on their own.
For capacity assessment, you can book an appointment to help you understand the capacity assessment so you can take a successful capacity assessment.
Capacity Assessors Alberta
We are the authorized Capacity Assessors in Alberta, and we help the individual in capacity assessment. Capacity assessment anyone can take from authorized assessors who help individuals to understand the process and the responsibility of the evaluation.
Once you came to us, we’ll help by answering all your questions that you have in mind about Capacity assessment and how you can give it so you can submit it in the required place.
To learn more about capacity assessment, you can book an online appointment that will help you to know about capacity assessment at your home.
You can take this online session through your mobile phone or laptop—all you need to book an online session for capacity assessment through the below button.
Capacity Assessment Fees
- Guardianship/Co-decision making or trusteeship — $500
- Guardianship and trusteeship — $700
- Extra Travel costs may apply.