Do you have questions about guardianship?
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.
We will discuss the following:
- How do we know if this is the right decision?
- What alternatives to guardianship can I use?
- What steps do we need to take?
- What are the rights of a person who is under guardianship?
Get answers to your questions!
Register for Guardianship and Supported Decision-Making Workshop using the form on this page.
If you are in need of interpretive services or accommodations, please contact The Arc Greater Twin Cities with your request two weeks prior to the event.
Haddii aad u baahantahay turjubaan ama waafaajin, fadlan la so xariir Arc Greater twin cities mudo oo laba asbuuc ka hor maalinti dhacdo.
Yog koj xav tau ib tug neeg txais lus los yog xav tau kev pab lwm yam hu rau Arc Greater Twin Cities ob lub lim tiam ua ntej.
Si usted necesita servicios de intérprete o acomodaciones, por favor póngase en contacto con The Arc Greater Twin Cities con su petición dos semanas antes del acontecimiento.
For more information, contact The Arc Greater Twin Cities at 952.920.0855.