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  • What are a child’s rights to make decisions a...
  • February 20, 2015

    What are a child’s rights to make decisions about his/her health care, privacy and personal finances? Sign up for a free March 3 workshop

    Attn: families and health care providers:

     

    Free consent and capacity workshop

     

    Learn about:

    • What are a child’s rights to make decisions about his or her own health care, privacy and personal finances?
    • What if he or she cannot exercise those rights? Who steps in?
    • Are there any age-based legal milestones for transitioning youth?
    • What is a power of attorney or guardianship? Is it appropriate?
    • What are some strategies I can use? Where can I find help?

     

    Date:             Tuesday, March 3, 2015 

    Time:             12:00-1:00 pm      

    Location:       Holland Bloorview Conference Centre

     

    Presenters:  

    Hannah Lee,  Pro Bono Law Ontario Triage Lawyer; James Anderson, Bioethicist at Holland Bloorview; Serena Shastri-Estrada, Manager of Risk and Privacy at Holland Bloorview; Hannah Manson, Pro Bono Law Students of Canada.

     

    Workshop hosted by Pro Bono Law Ontario (PBLO) at Holland Bloorview.

     

    Please reserve a spot at the workshop by emailing Hannah Lee at hannah@pblo.org

     

    Please note that childcare is not available for this workshop.

     

     

    Did you know that PBLO partners with Holland Bloorview to offer a free onsite legal assistance program for qualifying clients and families. The onsite lawyer can help with housing, education, immigration and employment law, among others. Learn more here