Broken–an AAAPG documentary

October 18, 2015 // 0 Comments

Here’s the link to our one hour documentary on the fallout from abusive guardianship Please take the time watch and learn BROKEN-the fallout from abusive guardianship   [- more...]

White Paper: Pope Francis’ message rails against elder abuse

September 25, 2015 // 0 Comments

In his remarks today to the Congress, Pope Francis made clear his concern for the vulnerable. His words resonated with those who have been abused and oppressed by the predatory guardianship system. In order to heed the words of the Pontiff, we must accept the responsibility and challenge to advance urgent reform. Here, in italics, are the Holy Father’s exact words seen through the lens of those oppressed by abusive Guardianship with commentary in green. Pope Francis exhorted legislators to [- more...]

Volunteers: A call to action

September 22, 2015 // 0 Comments

Please consider volunteering for one of our working groups–need volunteers to focus on lobbying state agencies in Florida and other states DCF Dept Elderly Affairs FDLE Statewide Sherrif’s Association Representatives and Senators federal agencies Senators and Congresspeople Dept of Justice FBI We will provide training to all volunteers. To volunteer email [- more...]

AAAPG Goals Survey: How can we help each other reform or eliminate Guardianship?

September 6, 2015 // 0 Comments

Dear AAAPG reader, You have been invited by AAAPG to take part in this survey.  This is your opportunity to help direct AAAPG’s upcoming activities.  What would you like to see AAAPG accomplish in the coming year – More legislative initiatives? More media exposure? And perhaps as important – how can you help AAAPG accomplish these goals? Please tell us what you think should be the top priorities for AAAPG going forward. We value your privacy and assure that all responses are [- more...]

Florida: Another roadblock in the reform of guardianship

August 14, 2015 // 0 Comments

Court Clerk Offices Face Layoffs, Furloughs Samantha Joseph, Daily Business Review August 13, 2015 Employees at South Florida state courts are dusting off their resumes as administrators grapple with layoffs, reduced hours and furloughs in the wake of multimillion-dollar budget cuts. Fifty-seven staffers in the Palm Beach clerk’s office are out of work after a round of cuts, 17 got pink slips from the Broward clerk’s office, and more than a dozen more quit in the last two months, [- more...]

Florida: Judge calls for scrutiny of guardianship case

August 8, 2015 // 0 Comments

Sarasota Herald-Tribune By Barbara Peters Smith Published: Friday, August 7, 2015 at 2:43 p.m. SARASOTA – A circuit judge appointed an independent court monitor on Friday to investigate the case of a Siesta Key resident and former art gallery owner who has spent the last two and a half years under the control of a professional guardianship, after attorneys for her daughter argued that the hasty procedure making her a ward of the court was a violation of due process. Facts ABOUT THE SERIES [- more...]
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