Free Webcast – Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee (OPGT)

Human Services Alberta is hosting a free one-hour thirty-minutes webcast titled An Overview of AGTA Decision Making Options.

Register now for the March 23, 2016 Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee (OPGT) Webcast
Join us for this free one-hour thirty-minute webcast titled: An Overview of AGTA Decision Making Options.This webcast will be an overview decision-making options under the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act (AGTA).
Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Speaker: Krista Millar, Acting Assistant Public Guardian – Central Region, Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee
Register: Register Here
Format: Live webcast presentation with Q & A
Cost: FREE! Please share with your networks
Q & A: You can pose questions to the speaker through the live chat functionality

Krista Millar currently works with the Office of the Public Guardian & Trustee. She has been with the Alberta Government for the almost 10 years working in both the OPGT and AISH programs. Prior to moving to Alberta she worked for Interior Health Authority in British Columbia for Mental Health and Addictions.
Join us the 3rd week in April to take part in discussions on: The Duties of a Private Guardian and Private Trustee
*Note: Topics and dates may change. We will send email updates to keep you informed.

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The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee (OPGT) provides information, education and support to vulnerable Albertans and their families related to personal and financial matters.  The Public Guardian and Public Trustee have mandated roles under several pieces of legislation.  These roles include:
•    Acting as a legal guardian and/or trustee when an adult is unable to make decisions for him or herself
•    Functioning as a Review Officer on Court applications under the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act
•    Administering estates when someone has died & there is no one else to do so
•    Protecting the assets of minors where required by law
•    Encouraging Albertans to plan ahead for a time when they may be unable to make their own decisions
•    Addressing concerns about legal decision makers (guardians, trustees, agents)

The OPGT Learning Series is intended for the general public and individuals who may be functioning as a substitute decision maker (acting as a guardian, trustee, agent, or attorney).  Service providers working in disability, health, and seniors sectors will also find the information relevant to their services and clientele.  Please share information about the OPGT learning series with your family, friends, and colleagues.

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