Welcome to the Alaska Court System WINGS page. This page will serve as a way to provide information and updates on the Alaskan WINGS program.
WINGS, which stands for Working Interdisciplinary Networks of Guardianship Stakeholders, is the result of a national effort begun in 2011 when the National Guardianship Network recommended changes including that individual states create coordinated state court-community partnerships. Broad based, collaborative working groups can drive changes that will affect the ways courts and guardians practice and improve the lives of people who have or may need guardians. In short, WINGS is a collective effort to improve adult guardianship in the State of Alaska.
At this time, the Steering Committee for WINGS includes the Alaska Court System, Office of Public Advocacy, Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education, Alaska State Association for Guardianship & Advocacy(ASAGA), Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman and the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. See the list of stakeholder entities participating thus far.
The stakeholder committee has four sub-committees based on information from various stakeholders and public forums that were held across Alaska. The current committees are
Two projects have already begun and are being incorporated into WINGS. They are
January 2019 meeting minutes
2017-18 annual report
March 2018 meeting minutes
December 2017 meeting minutes
This area will be updated after the quarterly stakeholder meetings in December, March and June.
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