Limitations on guardian
(1) A guardian may not authorize the sterilization of the protected person.
(2) A guardian may not use funds from the protected person’s estate for room and board that the guardian or guardian’s spouse, parent or child have furnished the protected person unless the charge for the service is approved by order of the court before the payment is made.
(3)(a) Before a guardian may place an adult protected person in a mental health treatment facility, a nursing home or other residential facility, the guardian must file a statement with the court informing the court that the guardian intends to make the placement.
(c) In addition to the requirements of paragraph (b) of this subsection, notice of the statement of intent must be given in the manner provided by ORS 125.065 (Manner of giving notice) by the guardian to the following persons:
(A) Any attorney who represented the protected person at any time during the protective proceeding.
(B) If the protected person is a resident of a nursing home or residential facility, or if the notice states the intention to place the protected person in a nursing home or residential facility, the office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman.
(C) If the protected person is a resident of a mental health treatment facility or a residential facility for individuals with developmental disabilities, or if the notice states the intention to place the protected person in such a facility, the system described in ORS 192.517 (Access to records of individual with disability or individual with mental illness) (1).
(d) In addition to the requirements of ORS 125.070 (Contents of notice) (1), the notice given to the protected person must clearly indicate the manner in which the protected person may object to the proposed placement.
(e) The guardian may thereafter place the adult protected person in a mental health treatment facility, a nursing home or other residential facility without further court order. If an objection is made in the manner provided by ORS 125.075 (Presentation of objections), the court shall schedule a hearing on the objection as soon as practicable.
(f) The requirement that notice be served on an attorney for a protected person under paragraph (c)(A) of this subsection does not impose any responsibility on the attorney receiving the notice to represent the protected person in the protective proceeding. [1995 c.664 §31; 2001 c.473 §1; 2005 c.498 §3]
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