Guardianship is one of the biggest issues that parents of children who have intellectual or developmental disabilities (ID/DD) face.
The discussion usually starts in IEP meetings when students start planning for “transition” from school to adult services.
For a long time, guardianship was considered the only way to keep individuals with ID/DD “safe.” Now, there are other options such as limited guardianship or powers of attorney. But how do families make the decision about what is best for their family?
- What is a Guardianship?
- Who is it for?
- What does it do?
- What is the legal process?
- What are possible alternatives?
If you’re looking for answers, join us and 321 eLearning on February 11th at noon eastern time when Arizona attorney Jane Larrabee will give us an overview of the facts about guardianship.
Registration for the one hour discussion is only $15.
We’d like to give a few families a chance to attend this important webinar for free. Enter to win one of five free registrations!
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Hope to see you there!