The DHS/DLTC, Bureau of Long Term Support, has updated the Guardianship Book with the excellent assistance of Roy Froemming, one of the original authors. This handbook provides an overview of guardianship of adults in Wisconsin who meet the standards for a finding of incompetence, alternative ways of providing decision-making support, and ways to tailor guardianships to individual needs. It is aimed primarily at people involved in trying to assist adults who need support in decision-making due to impairments in their ability to receive and process information, including family members, advocates, support service providers, and educators.
The handbook is now posted at a new link:
Feel free to download this and use it in your daily work. If you have difficulty with the link please contact Lois Mulder at Lois.Mulder@wisconsin.gov
Thanks to Marcie Brost for sharing this information.