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What Does a Guardian of the Person Actually Do?

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The Guardian of the Person is responsible for promoting autonomy and independence while still ensuring health and safety. This can be a delicate balancing act that can change throughout the life of a Guardianship. This course discusses all the basic responsibilities from assessment of need, identifying resources to address those needs, making a plan and monitoring how the plan is working. Advocacy is also an important concept for Guardians to understand and is discussed at length. 

This is a self-paced online course.

Author: Ramona Brush, BSW NMG TxCG. Ms. Brush, BSW, has been certified as a National Guardian since 1999, achieving the credential of National Master Guardian and Texas Certified Guardian in 2007. Her care management and guardianship practice is guided by compassion and curiosity, honoring the critical importance of a client's family and friends. Ramona was program director for Family Eldercare 's Guardianship Program for 19 years. Since early 201B, she has worked as a care manager and Master Guardian for arrangeCARE PC.

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Start Date:upon registration



Registration Closes On
Tuesday, December 31, 2030 @ 12:00 AM

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