When children turn 18, they become legal adults with the right to make their own decisions. However, if an individual lacks the ability to make decisions, then someone else may need to make their decisions. What options do parents have to give their children as much independence as possible while keeping them safe? Brian Majeski from the Office of Substitute Decision Maker present on Substitute Decision Making. This free class is for parents of special needs children to consider as they plan for the future. Register today to join us on July 25, at ChildServe in Johnston.
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of more than 5,600 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, injuries, and other special healthcare needs.