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Legal incompetents' need for guardians in Florida.

The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. 
15
(1): 
69-83; 
1987. 
(English). 
[Record Source: PubMed]
This study assesses the alleged need for guardians in Florida. A survey of the state's 74 public receiving facilities, community mental health centers, and clinics; 30 private receiving facilities; 11 Aging and Adult district offices; Developmental Services institutional and residential placements; and six state mental hospitals revealed that 11,147 persons in Florida reportedly need a legal guardian. The limitations, implications, and possible policy responses to this alleged need are discussed.
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ISSN0091-634X