I imagine Gloria Levi will have something to say about this on February 25, when she comes to Princeton to talk about alternatives to improve Senior’s Care.

February 6, 2013

British Columbians deserve a modern and procedurally fair adult guardianship process

Provincial Ombudsperson Kim Carter released today her latest report No Longer Your Decision: British Columbia’s Process for Appointing the Public Guardian and Trustee to Manage the Financial Affairs of Incapable Adults. According to the report, vulnerable adults can lose the right to make financial and legal decisions for themselves if a health authority issues a certificate of incapability under a law that is outdated and through a process that does not provide adequate procedural protection.

The reportexecutive summarynews release and fact sheet can be found at www.bcombudsperson.ca

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