ASAGA is in the process of re-building the Educational Resources page so that important trainings and resources are available together. If you click on a topic that does not have much information, we are working on it and you can call with questions at 907-444-4015 or email@example.com.
To access the topic page, click onto the red topic heading.
Click Petitioning to find helpful videos and documents when petitioning the Court for a guardianship of an adult. Also included is an instructional video about transferring a guardianship in and out of Alaska.
Fundamentals of Guardianship
Click above to see the training “Introduction to Guardianship”. Other documents include information on standards of practice, ethical principles and how to use the authority in your orders. You can also now download information on guardianship authority in Spanish, Korean and Tagalog.
Filling out Reports
Once appointed, you will have several documents required including a Guardianship Plan, Implementation and Inventory Report as well as the Annual Report. The training video on the Annual Report and Keeping Track of Financials are currently available and trainings on the plan and implementation report will be available by August 15, 2018. Contact us for assistance.
There are several types of programs that you may engage with regarding the individual you are guardian or conservator for such as different types of trusts, ABLE accounts and more. Click above to learn about these various options.
Click here to learn more about benefits that the person you are helping may be entitled to and how to manage those programs such as Social Security, Public Assistance or waiver programs.
Utilizing YouTube, ASAGA is able to share special trainings such as the conference sessions from last year with a donation of any amount. Donations are accepted via Eventbrite with a small processing fee and you’ll be emailed the links to the videos. We kindly ask to be fair, that you do not share the links once received. These videos will be available until November 15, 2018. We thank you for your support!