Alison Hirschel comments on "Legislation aims to prevent incapacitated people from being cut off from loved ones", Michigan Radio/NPR

Thu, 11/07/2019

:  A bill (S.B. 110) is working its way through the legislature that would help incapacitated adults whose caretakers are cutting them off from family and friends.  The bill would allow a court to appoint a guardian for the limited purpose of supervising the incapacitated individual's access to people they want to see or talk to.  Read more here.