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ILO Community Group Parent Workshop: Supported Decision Making vs Guardianship

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

The Village of Friendship Heights
4433 S Park Ave., Chevy Chase, MD 20815

Contact: Maedi Tanham Carney   info@ilonow.org   202-248-7113  

Sponsored by: Integrated Living Opportunities


Please join us for our last ILO Community Group presentation of 2018 on Supported Decision Making vs Guardianship given by Jonathan Martinis.

Jonathan Martinis an attorney with Burton Blatt Institute has over 20 years' experience representing and advocating for people with disabilities to ensure that they receive the services and supports they need and want to live full, meaningful and community integrated lives. He will go into detail what does Supported Decision Making mean, its importance and its differences with guardianship.

You must be part of the ILO Community Group to attend the presentation. Please click here to learn more about the ILO Community Group.

Also please RSVP. We can only accept the first 20 people. If you come and you have not registered, there is the possibility we will not have the space for you.

Please click here to register.

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