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Who Decides:  Enduring Powers of Attorney, Welfare Guardians, Property Managers & Supported Decision Making 

Whangārei – October & November 2021

 

ADL and Tiaho Trust invite you to register for the Who Decides Sessions. This is an introductory programme designed for Deaf and Disabled People, Whānau, and staff from disability organisations and providers.      

The aim of the session is to explain the law around decision making so it is easy to understand.  This session will cover:

·      What I can do to make sure the people I trust support me in my decision making.

·      What happens if I can’t make all my decisions.

·      What my rights are if other people are involved in making decisions for me.

 

Session Details

Tuesday 19 October, 10am to 12.30pm.

Who Decides Session

Register by 12 October 2021

 

Thursday 18 November 2021, 12noon to 2.30pm

Who Decides Session

Register by 11 November 2021

 

The venue is East Lounge Room, Semenoff Stadium, 51 Okara Drive, Whangārei.   There is parking at the venue. 

 

Please Note:  If Whangārei or Auckland is at Covid-19 Alert Level 2 or higher, these sessions will be run online via Zoom. 

 

 

To Register

To register give us your name, email address, mobile number, date and session name you want to attend.  Please tell us if you need NZSL interpreters and have any other access needs. 

 

Please email us at info@adl.org.nz or text 027 457 5140. 

 

These sessions are free.  Light refreshments will be provided. 

 

Covid-19 Alert Levels

Given the current situation with Covid-19 Alert Levels, we will be monitoring government announcements as we get closer to the Who Decides session dates.  As necessary, we will advise people who have registered of any changes to these sessions, their locations and/or the Covid-19 requirements we will have in place around these events.   

 

ADL

ADL is the only community law centre (CLC) in Aotearoa New Zealand that works with people around their disability related legal issues.  They also run disability related legal education within the community.

 

 

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