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New issue of Le Relais

(April 16, 2015) Today marks the appearance of volume 2, issue 1 of Le Relais, a newsletter for tutors and curators to a person of full age and members of the tutorship council.

In this issue, you will find articles on:

  • the tutorship council and its essential role in protection of the person;
  • the rights of the incapacitated person;
  • the statistics on persons under tutorship or curatorship;
  • two helpful tools for the family and friends of the incapacitated person: the Bulletin de veille spécial sur guides d'aide à l'accompagnement and the Directory of external resources.

You can consult back issues and subscribe to the electronic newsletter on the Le Relais web page.


Le Relais, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2015 PDF Document. (1.36 MB)

The Public Curator Act: Advocating for the rights of incapacitated persons for 25 years

(April 15, 2015) The Public Curator Act was enacted 25 years ago today, modernizing the protective framework for incapacitated persons, whose status was changed from “interdicted” to “protected.”

In the aim of better protecting the rights of incapacitated persons, the Act introduced significant changes, namely the psychosocial and medical assessment, the reassessment of protective supervision regimes, and tutorships to persons of full age.

This Act also gave Quebecers the option to draft a mandate in case of incapacity, determining in advance who will represent them in the event of their incapacity. Have you drawn up yours?

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