Guardianship is a legal process that grants the guardian authority to care for and make decisions on behalf of an incapacitated person. An incapacitated person is someone with a clinically diagnosed condition that leaves them unable to make or communicate decisions affecting their physical health, safety, or self-care. The person asking to be named guardian is called the petitioner, and the person believed to be incapacitated is called the respondent.
Planning for Future
Special Needs families are unique in their structure and long term needs. The challenges facing each family is distinct from the next, but unfortunately, the programs available to support those families are not easily tailored. Helping Special Needs families tailor their plans takes patience, persistence, understanding, and compassion. We've been there and we know what it takes. Let us help.
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