June 24, 2024 all-day

Webinar, June 24th, 2024, with the Parent Professional Advocacy League of Massachusetts. Learn about ways to support people with disabilities in making decisions about their lives. In Massachusetts, when a person turns 18 years old, they become a legal adult.
This means the law says they get to make their own decisions about their:

  • Health care
  • Education
  • Finance
  • Other personal matters

Parents of youth with disabilities are often incorrectly told that the only way to remain involved in their child’s adult life is to go to court and become a legal guardian. But that is not true. There are other options—including Supported Decision-Making—that may work better for a person with a disability and their family.
To register or for more information visit https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/ev/reg/vkb3uv2/lp/6517923d-cee0-4e47-bdcb-a350563c7d23?source_id=86c36afa-d853-4f2a-8ebe-c0eef0467a9e&source_type=em&c=QHks8u57glxEuUQpu50LR0qnB0CZAxpPT2-iWR0sty8mxEImsEOx-w==    or contact +1 617-542-7860 or info@ppal.net 

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