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Guardians & accommodation decisions: principles & practicalities

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In many cases the Guardianship Board is able to make a guardianship order which provides protection in the least intrusive way and achieves a result which accomodates the person with the disability in a way that is consistent with the wishes of the person and his or her best interests. In other cases this is not achievable. This article addresses the issue of why this happens and what distinguishes these two kinds of cases. The authors conclude that the government needs to acknowledge the gaps in services and allocate more resources to people with disabilities. (See also File No. 10892.) Keywords: Legal, Accommodation

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Author
Robinson, D; Whaite, A
Source
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Publisher
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Publication Date
1 January 1970
Category
Professionals
Keywords
Legal, Accommodation
Origin
Australia

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