Free Postage! We have received funding from the Law Society Charity to cover postage costs for some of our most popular resources. This means that you can get copies of the human rights guides listed below for completely free! We will prioritise individuals, self-advocates and service user groups (and potentially small community organisations working in mental health and mental capacity) so please include the name of your organisation (or "individual if you are ordering them for your own use) in the "Purchase order reference" field at checkout. How to get free postage 1. Click on one of the links below and add the required amount of copies to your basket. 2. Click the "Checkout" button 3. From the "Delivery" drop down menu choose "Free Postage" 4. In the "Purchase order reference" field enter the name of your organisation (or "individual if you are ordering them for your own use). 5. Click "Complete Purchase" Mental Health, Mental Capacity: My Human Rights This booklet is about mental health, mental capacity and human rights. If you have a mental health or mental capacity issues, this booklet aims to give you information about how human rights can help you have more control over your own life and be treated with dignity and respect. This booklet focuses on your human rights when you are receiving health and care services, e.g. at your GP, in hospital, community care, care homes etc. Most of the information will also apply to other situations like education, housing or involvement with the police, but these areas are not the focus of this booklet. Click here to order. Accessible version of Mental Health, Mental Capacity: My Human Rights Same as the above but an accessible version. Click here to order. Pocket Cards Get your human rights in health & care info-card, a handy tool to pop in your pocket. Order them here. Social Care Intervention and Human Rights: A practitioner's guide This booklet is about human rights in social care settings. It is aimed at social care practitioners working in settings where mental capacity or mental health is a factor. We use the term 'practitioner' throughout to include anyone working in these settings (e.g. qualified and unqualified workers). Lots of information in the booklet may also be useful for people using services, their family, carers or advocates. Click here to order. Dementia and Human Rights: A practitioner's guide This booklet is about human rights and dementia care. It is aimed at professionals working in dementia care settings, in hospital or in the community (we've used the term 'practitioner' throughout to capture this). Lots of information in the booklet may also be useful for people using dementia care services, their family or carers. Click here to order.