On this page
- Who can make a complaint?
- How to make a complaint
- Complaints about a decision-making assistant
- Complaints about a co-decision-maker
- Complaints about a decision-making representative
- Complaints about a designated healthcare represenative
- Complaints about an Attorney
- What happens after we have received a complaint?
The Decision Support Service will be able to review and investigate complaints about decision supporters and decision support arrangements. There are specific grounds for complaints. This includes, for example, where the decision supporter is not doing their job properly, or when they are helping with decisions that are not included in the decision support arrangement.
Any person will be able to make a complaint about the following decision supporters:
Designated healthcare representative
When we receive a complaint, we will review it to see if we need to investigate it further. If we think the complaint is well founded, we may ask the court to take certain actions. In some circumstances this may mean removing the decision supporter from their role.