who should we ask?
Who Should We Ask?
You should ask people you can trust, who have the same values as you, and who care about your loved one, or are committed to getting to know your loved one.
- Person at the centre
- Aunts & uncles
It is not necessary that board members have expertise in a specific area of disability or support services; these can be learned or purchased from others. The important gifts that Microboard members bring to the society is their relationship, knowledge of, and commitment to the person.
- Maximum of 11 board members
If the Microboard is going to access funding, someone who is paid directly by the Microboard cannot sit on that board. We consider this a conflict of interest that is just too difficult to manage.