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A Power of Attorney (PoA) will not help because a person must have mental capacity in order to grant a power allowing another person to act on their behalf. Your son would need to understand what a PoA is and the effect of it and it appears very unlikely that this is the case.
You will need to apply to the Court of Protection to become his deputy to enable you to deal with everything on his behalf.
A local solicitor or the the Citizens Advice Bureau can assist you with the paperwork.
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