Community education and training initiatives help the community understand guardianship and administration and the role of the Office of the Public Advocate.
A range of publications and a professional training program promote public awareness and understanding of the need to protect and promote the human rights of people with decision-making disabilities.
They also increase awareness of the mistreatment of older people and steps that can be taken to protect vulnerable adults.
The programs promote family and community responsibility for guardianship and encourage family members, service providers and government agencies to use the Office’s services.
Community education initiatives are aimed at:
For information on the Public Advocate's publications see Publications and Research.
Last updated: 11-Sep-2015
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