COVID-19: FAQ for Guardians and Others

This resource is for guardians of older adults and adults with disabilities who may have questions about fulfilling their duties and staying connected to people they represent.


The following topics are discussed in this document:

  • Access to clients or loved ones in nursing homes

  • Access to clients or loved ones in residential group settings and hospitals

  • Access to courts

  • Protecting clients’ or loved ones’ rights & well-being


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