When vulnerable individuals are not able to make their own good, responsible medical, personal and financial decisions, Cindi Spence helps by getting a substitute decision maker appointed through the courts, or developing a less restrictive strategy that will make sure they are safe and protected. Examples of people who need guardianship assistance range from a child who is turning 18 and has challenges such as ADHD, learning disabilities or other cognitive or behavioral disabilities; an elderly individual suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease; or individuals with mental illnesses or other debilitating illnesses.
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Looking for ideas on what to do and how to communicate with your loved one who has dementia? Here are some ideas: Go through photo albums with them. It’s amazing how they light up when
With the Fall elections approaching, I thought it would be a good time to address voting rights of people under guardianship and/or conservatorship in Minnesota. Can a person that is under guardianship and/or conservatorship in
If you want to be a guardian or conservator for someone in Minnesota, you have to complete a guardianship and conservatorship background study. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions that I receive
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