Thursday
16
NOV

Guardianship and Supported Decision-Making

18:00
20:00

The Arc Greater Twin Cities

Event organized by
The Arc Greater Twin Cities

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When an individual turns 18 years old, they are considered a legal adult whether or not they have a disability. Guardianship is a substitute decision making process and exists to assist adults in making decisions about their lives. Alternative and less restrictive options should always be considered when thinking about guardianship.

Attend this Guardianship and Supported Decision-Making Workshop to learn more about guardianship, the options, and the process.