Achieva Resources empower children and adults with disabilities to achieve greater personal, social and economic successes through our advocacy and guardianship programs. Our vision is for "All individuals with disabilities in our programs to lead a safe, dignified and independent life with quality healthcare from the support of caring and compassionate volunteers and service providers."
"Adult Guardianship in Indiana" covers the following topics: What is Adult Guardianship, Types of Guardianship, The Guardianship Process, Who Should be a Guardian, Requirements for Guardianship, Duties of a Guardian, Types of Guardianship, Ending a Guardianship. Presented by the St. Joseph County Guardianship Consortium. Funding provided by the Indiana Adult Guardianship Services Project. To learn more, visit: www.arcind.org, click on "Help for Families," then click on "Guardianship.
ACHIEVA RESOURCES ADULT GUARDIANSHIP SERVICES
Whom We Serve
The Volunteer Advocates for Seniors and Disabled Adults Program provides volunteer limited guardian services for elderly, mentally ill, and intellectual/developmentally disabled individuals 18 years and older who are in nursing homes, group homes, and supported living homes in Wayne, Union, and Fayette Counties. The at-risk individuals served by Achieva's Volunteer Guardianship Program are incapable of representing or protecting their own best interest and are without family or guardian involvement to help them make decisions.
How We Serve
Achieva Resources advocates for seniors and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We provide guardianship services to individuals who are not able to make medical or advocacy decisions for themselves. Achieva resources has been able to help over 30 individuals in need of medical, advocacy, health and safety services, and guardianships.