What Happens When My Child Turns 18? – Overview of Decision-Making Supports for Adults with Disabilities in DC
The Jenny Hatch Justice Project of Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities (JHJP) provides free legal services to low-income District residents with disabilities who have questions about their rights to make decisions or who are facing or are in overly restrictive guardianships. We are generously funded by the D.C. Bar Foundation to help serve the community. Advocates for Justice and Education, Inc. (AJE) is DC’s federally designated parent training and information center, you can learn more about our work at www.aje- dc.org or by following us on social media. We are excited to work with Quality Trust to bring this event to
Please join us for our training and clinic on alternatives to guardianship and supported decision-making!
During this event, you will learn practical information about what happens with a person with a disability turns
18 years old and about the tools to support a person with a disability to make his or her own life decisions
about education, housing, medical care, and other important life events. You will also have the opportunity
to talk to Quality Trust attorneys, ask questions, and complete an intake process if you choose.
Registration is required. Please use this link or the link below to RSVP. If you have any questions, please contact Quality Trust Staff Attorney, Keri Vandeberg, at email@example.com or 202-448-1448 OR AJE’s Parent Support
Specialist, Tamiesha Lawrence, at Tamiesha.Lawrence@aje-dc.org or 202-678-8060 ext. 108.