List three tools used to assess cases to determine if SDM is appropriate and/or assist clients in devising SDM strategies.
Differentiate between evidence that shows incapacity and evidence that shows the need for support in guardianship cases.
Identify three “stop signs” in guardianship petitions and evaluations that cast doubt on a showing of incapacity.
Provide an example of a case where SDM would be an appropriate less restrictive alternative to guardianship.
Runtime: 1 hour, 31 minutes Recorded: May 20, 2021
A panel of professionals will discuss less restrictive alternatives to guardianship that allows individuals, including older adults and people with disabilities decision making opportunities about their lives. By choosing supporters they trust, friends, family members, or professionals can assist in understanding, considering, and communicating decisions. Attendees will learn how to work with their clients to draft SDM agreements or devise other SDM strategies, including Augmentative and Alternative Communication tools for non-verbal clients, and to use these tools to avoid a filing or defend against a proposed guardianship petition.
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