2020 Legislative Forum

November 6, 2020 • Austin, Texas

Mediation Training: TO BE DETERMINED in Houston

It has come to the attention of the JBCC that nursing homes and assisted living facilities are not allowing any visits of residents – including guardians’ visits - to safeguard residents from the COVID-19 virus.  This can obviously interfere with a guardian’s duty to make regular visits to persons under their guardianship.  If you are unable to visit with a  person under your guardianship, you should attempt to conduct a visit with them through Skype or Zoom or another app that allows visual face-time communication or over the phone.  If they are not able to communicate, you should obtain a status report from someone on the staff at the facility who has contact with the person under your care.


Document your visits – or attempted visits – and file reports with the court regarding no-visitation measures taken at facilities where persons under your care reside. If you receive written communication from the facility, you should file a copy with your report to the court and maintain a copy for your records. 

JBCC will not take disciplinary action if you are unable to make visits in person due to the virus but you should still make reasonable, good-faith efforts to stay informed about the health and well-being of persons under your guardianship.  And you should continue to keep the court informed about the condition of persons for whom the court is responsible.

TGA Annual 


To Be Determined

Fort Worth, TX

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this years






Due to the complications resulting from the COVID-19 virus in Texas, TGA
is postponing the Annual Conference orginally scheduled for April 6-9.


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