You can then complete an LPA form and apply for this to be registered – see underLasting power of attorney. Unlike an EPA, an LPA is not valid unless it has been registered. If you want to manage the affairs of someone who you think might lose their mental capacity and you don’t already have an EPA, a lasting power of attorney should be used. There is a standard form of words to use if you want to grant an ordinary power of attorney.
- Many people with dementia will reach a point where they can no longer make some decisions for themselves.
- Lemoine is simply keen “to better understand what is really going on in the LaMDA system” via a rigorous experimentation program and a Turing test that “Google does not seem to have any interest in”.
- This is called having mental capacity – see under heading, When does someone