Exciting News for Florida Families: Guardian Advocacy Project Offers Help for Families
When a child turns 18, the child’s parents or legal guardians no longer have the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of the person. For people with a developmental disability, assistance with some matters, such as medical and financial decisions, often is needed beyond the age of 18. The guardian advocacy process helps those parents or legal guardians obtain legal authority to continue caring for their disabled family member. Many families are in need of help with this process and are unable to afford an attorney.
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PW Florida Association, Inc.
7760 Granville Drive
Tamarac, FL 33321
Kathleen Hunt, President
Mary Pringle, Secretary