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WINGS Groups Take Off

Leaders of 15 multidisciplinary problem-solving groups driving adult guardianship reform and promoting less restrictive options met in April in Washington, D.C., in the Second National WINGS Coordinators Forum. Sponsored by the ABA Commission on Law and Aging and funded by the Administration for Community Living, these Working Interdisciplinary Networks of Guardianship Stakeholders (WINGS) leaders spent two days learning from each other and sharing best practices for overcoming obstacles and insufficient resources. Read more here.


BIFOCAL, the Commission on Law and Aging's bi-monthly journal, provides timely, valuable legal resources pertaining to older persons, generated through the joint efforts of public and private bar groups and the aging network.

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