Listen to Jennifer Warner tell her and her grandmother’s story of Conservator Abuse:
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Jennifer Warner, loyal granddaughter gives an account of what it was like when her grandmother went under court-appointed
guardianship as she approached her 100th birthday. She tells the chilling tale of how the conservator’s true nature was quickly revealed once he had seized control of her grandma’s life and the steps she took to try to change the tide and protect her precious “Grammy.” Below is a video that is about Jennifer’s Grandmother, Mary.
Conservatorship belongs in the family and only as a last resort should a stranger who is appointed by the court ever be considered.
Even if a Conservator is truly following the promises to the patient and their family, he or she doesn’t necessarily know if the appointed caregiver is conveying truthful information or not because Conservators are not there all the time.
As people get older their bodies do wear out but that doesn’t mean their minds do. Family members must listen to their loved ones when they relate that the caregiver and/or Conservator is abusing their authority if they want them to not be treated as a thing that should be doped up and sat in a corner.
Jennifer will tell us her story and that of her grandmother, Mary.
She is also going to be talking about her concerns about how transparent health care providers will end up being when it comes to their level of participation in physician assisted suicide and how she is encouraging one such provider to make a public stand against the deadly practice.