Guardianship systems should perform with a sufficient level of expertise and professionalism to engender confidence from those they serve as well as the community as a whole.
Deficient systems (and underperforming components of those systems) can lead to deprivations of personal and property rights. Each component of the guardianship/conservatorship system should be committed to providing services that benefit people who may come under Court supervision.
Quality Improvement Reviews provide guardianship and conservatorship systems with the justification necessary improve services and outcomes for the clients and those served. Mr. Hammond will typically will travel to the site location and analyze the operations of the entity set to be reviewed, and will issue a report emphasizing the strengths of the program as well as recommendations for areas of improvement.