Saturday, January 17, 2009

Rethinking Guardianship

A free program on 'Rethinking Guardianship' for people with developmental disabilities will be from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Jan. 22 in Sebring and the same hours Jan. 23 in Highland City.

Dohn Hoyle, executive director for The Arc Michigan, will teach the program.

The program, sponsored by the Area 14 Family Care Council, is open to teachers, administrators, support staff, parents, guardians of students with developmental disabilities and others who are interested.

It will include discussion of current methodologies that may eliminate the need for guardianships.

Full Article and Source:
Guardianship Program to Be Held


Anonymous said...

Hooray! Finally somebody trying to avoid the meat grinder!

Anonymous said...

Maybe this novel idea will catch on and grow.

Parents of adult dependents are wrongly conditioned to accept guardianship and then there's no turning back.

Now, there's a chance.

we the people said...

This is terrific news for humanity while at the same time, this is the worst possible news for those who need to feed their greed, for those who depend on the guardianship racket for personal enrichment.