About Florida State Guardianship Association
The Florida State Guardianship Association was formulated in 1983 with the purpose of improving guardianship services. The organization is governed by a board of comprised of Area Directors representing eight geographical areas of the state; Five At- Large Directors, Executive Officers and our Chapter Presidents. The Florida State Guardianship Association is dedicated to the protection of the dignity and rights of incapacitated persons and to increasing the professionalism of guardianship through education, networking and legislative action.
FSGA is an affiliate of the National Guardianship Association. FSGA members include professional guardians, public, corporate and family guardians, attorneys, fiduciaries, social workers, care managers, government agencies, court personnel, not for profits, healthcare professionals and many others. The FSGA has adopted NGA’s Model Code of Ethics. Guardians are asked to sign a statement which indicates they will adhere by this model code.
The FSGA offers multiple benefits such as referral service, newsletter, member forum, educational opportunities and resources, trainings, Legislative Advocacy and local networking and advertising.
Member participation is encouraged in many of our standing and ad hoc committees such as Legislative, Membership, Public Relations, Bylaws P and P, Finance, Nominating and Education. The donated talents and experience of our committee members is what makes our committees so diverse and effective.
The FSGA has 14 local chapters. Our members meet locally on a regular basis to share information, address local issues, network and get continuing education. Visit our chapter map to find a chapter meeting nearest you. Many FSGA members belong to local chapter, but it is not required. Do you want to start a local chapter near you? Contact us!
We release a monthly bulletin via email and we welcome your success stories and resource sharing.