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Rogers Guardianship

  • Rogers guardianship/authority is required if you are pursuing guardianship of your child and your child takes antipsychotic medication

    • Common antipsychotic medications include: Risperidone (Risperdal) and Aripiprazole (Abilify)

  • When someone is given Rogers authority by the court, the individual is assigned a Rogers monitor to ensure the individual taking the antipsychotic medication is being medicated following the court-approved treatment plan

    • The Rogers monitor can be the person filing the Rogers guardianship (such as a parent) or a different identified individual

  • The Rogers guardian must submit an annual review. This is in addition to the annual report that must be submitted by the guardian

  • Learn more about the Rogers guardianship here:

  • Visit this website to download the required documents:

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