Making a complaint about a decision-making assistant

Any person can make a complaint to us about a decision-making assistant. Complaints must be made in writing and must be for one of the following reasons:

  • the decision-making assistant is helping with decisions that are not included in the agreement
  • the decision-making assistant is trying to make decisions on behalf of the person
  • the decision-making assistant is unable to perform their functions and responsibilities
  • fraud, coercion or undue pressure was used to get the person to make the agreement

Find out more about making a complaint about a decision-making assistant, here.