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Alternatives to Conservatorship

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Alternatives to Conservatorship

Alternatives to conservatorship allow people with disabilities to make independent decisions about their life while maintaining support from family and/or community members. Some alternate examples include power of attorney, representative payee, supported decision-making, and healthcare surrogate.
  • Author: The Arc Tennessee
  • Duration: 4 minutes
  • Date Posted: 4/19/2017
  • Topics: Guardianship, Independent Living, Intellectual Disability

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