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What is a CareGiver?

The duties of a CareGiver are specific and defined, but may not be well-stated if there is no written Care Plan. Having a written Care Plan can greatly reduce disputes, and so in turn, greatly reduce legal costs by minimizing or eliminating litigation over care issues.

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How to find a Fiduciary:
Attached are three links, which will guide you to resources:
For all of the U.S., the NGA/National Guardian Assn has education and training programs.
The NGA administers the test for membership.
For California, the PFB/Professional Fiduciary Board is the licensing agency, which has mandatory requirement for certain situations; see the website to see if your situation requires licensing.
For California also, the PFAC/Professional Fiduciary Assn of California is a voluntary membership with annual conference to meet the mandated annual education requirements and to hone the issues of professionalism.

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