MAKING SOUND DECISIONS
Location: PLAN Toronto Seminar Room (120 Eglinton Avenue East, 6th floor, Toronto ON)
Date: Monday, March 19, 2012 (7pm - 9pm)
Also available online via video streaming
It's a delicate balancing act faced by families the world over: keeping our relatives safe while at the same time respecting their choices. This balancing act is a tough challenge. Families find it difficult. So do service providers. So does government and its institutions. Join us as we discuss how we can ensure our family members are as safe as possible while also honouring their choices - thereby enabling them to live a good life.
"Making Sound Decisions" is the fifth of six two-hour seminars offered as part of the "Elements of a Good Life" series. Feel free to register for just this one evening seminar, several of the seminars, or the complete series.
Who Will Benefit?
Families who are looking to learn more about the concept of supported decision-making, the types of powers of attorney available to you, and how you and your loved one can strike an effective balance between safety and choice.
Presenter: Brendon Pooran
Brendon is one of PLAN Toronto's founders. He is a lawyer specializing in a wide range of disability issues.
This presentation is being delivered live at the PLAN Toronto Seminar Room and is also available online via video streaming.
Video Streaming participants will receive an information package and login details via email three days before the seminar is scheduled to take place.
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