CLRP

Conservatorship and Advance Directives

GET MORE CONTROL OF YOUR LIFE

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Here are two important ways that persons with psychiatric disabilities can protect their individual freedom
REVIEW CONSERVATORSHIPS

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Connecticut law restricts a conservator’s authority (since October, 2008) and lets people with disabilities make more of their own decisions. Powers of a conservator can be limited or removed.


PREPARE ADVANCE DIRECTIVES

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Advance Directives give people more control over their health care decisions when they are unable to make their own decisions.


WANT TO KNOW MORE?

Call Connecticut Legal Rights Project for information and assistance
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