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Managers Guide from DoLS to LPS


The Liberty Protection Safeguards are due to come into force from April 2022 and will provide protection for people aged 16 and over who are or who need to be deprived of their liberty to enable their care or treatment. The Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS) will replace the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLs) and be applied to individuals residing in domestic settings who need to be deprived of their liberty.

To support these changes QCS have created a managers guide highlighting the key changes between the DoLs and the new LPS system.

The guide allows managers to compare and understand what the key changes are; highlighting what they are currently like in the DoLs against what they will be like under the LPS. Some of the key aspects include the age of the person, setting, timescales, roles removed, and new roles added as part of the LPS.

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The Liberty Protection Safeguards are due to come into force from April 2022 and will provide protection for people aged 16 and over who are or who need to be deprived of their liberty to enable their care or treatment. The Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS) will replace the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLs) and be applied to individuals residing in domestic settings who need to be deprived of their liberty.

To support these changes QCS have created a managers guide highlighting the key changes between the DoLs and the new LPS system.

The guide allows managers to compare and understand what the key changes are; highlighting what they are currently like in the DoLs against what they will be like under the LPS. Some of the key aspects include the age of the person, setting, timescales, roles removed, and new roles added as part of the LPS.

Meeting Regulation 12 of the Health and Social Care Act