Guardianship

The purpose of a Guardianship is to protect and provide continuing care for individuals who are unable to take care of themselves. A Guardianship is a delegated judicial function that entails a high responsibility to achieve stability or improve the life of a vulnerable adult.

An organization that is appointed guardian by the Probate Court is empowered to make decisions on behalf of a person that the Court has found to be incapacitated.

Synod’s Guardianship Services Provide a Care Manager to act in the best interest of the beneficiary and ensure that all health, transportation, nutrition or personal care needs are always met. Our Care Managers are experienced, compassionate advocates who help with important decisions, promote independence and provide essential service monitoring. Synod’s goal is to ensure that beneficiaries live a high quality of life and receive all needed services based on the specific needs of the individual. Care Managers have around-the-clock availability.