The Disability and Abuse Project will conduct an informational briefing for advocates on August 7, 2015 at a location in Los Angeles.  The briefing will focus on deficiencies in the limited conservatorship process in California, offering suggestions on how to improve each stage of the process.  Less restrictive alternatives for adults with developmental disabilities, including supported decision making, will be discussed.

Click here for a two-page brochure about this event.  Advocacy agencies, individual advocates, and self advocates are encouraged to ask for an invitation to the briefing.  Adult guardianship reform is an issue that is emerging throughout the country, so advocates from other states are welcome to join us, listen to what is happening in California, and apply what is learned to the guardianship reform movement elsewhere.

Click here to access a booklet about the briefing, including several articles on various aspects of the limited conservatorship process that violate the rights of people with developmental disabilities.


2100 Sawtelle Blvd., Suite 204
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 473-6768