Guardianships & Alternatives
For any child who has special healthcare needs, guardianship is an important issue. At age 18, individuals are their own guardians, regardless of their mental or physical ability to assess and make decisions that affect their own financial and healthcare needs. If the disability interferes with the ability to make decisions, the caregiver may need to obtain guardianship.
- What is guardianship?
- Is guardianship needed?
- What is the difference of Guardian of the Person vs. Guardian of the Estate
- 8 steps to obtain guardianship
- What alternatives are there to full Guardianship?
- What is Supportive Decision Making?
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