Get the Facts About Guardianship

Guardianship is often suggested for individuals who need help with regular activities of daily living, such as paying bills, managing medications, or buying groceries and preparing meals.

Individuals who may be referred for guardianship might include: a student with a developmental disability who is turning 18, a frail elder, a person in the late stages of Alzheimer's, or a person with mental illness who is unable to make informed decisions.

You may be seeking information about guardianship because a loved one or someone you work with is experiencing a difficult time. Since your desire to help them is sincere, you will want to get the facts that will help you decide whether guardianship is the best choice.

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