Free Guide: 5 Myths About Guardianship
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) must make many daily and major life decisions, just like people without disabilities. It is important that families, educators, providers, doctors, and others understand the limits of guardianship and what other alternatives are available.
Enter your information below to download three free resources. Learn some of the most common misconceptions about guardianship, what decision-making is and why it’s important, and what supports are available to help people with IDD make decisions.