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Within 90 days after distribution of the order of appointment as guardian, the guardian shall submit to the court a report. The report must describe the guardian's program for implementing the guardianship plan. The primary goal of the program described in the report must be, to the maximum extent possible, to develop or regain the ward's abilities to handle the ward's own affairs. The report must consider housing, medical care, and educational and vocational needs and resources. In developing the report, the guardian shall consult with the ward to the maximum extent possible. The report must specify the services that are necessary to meet the essential requirements for the ward's physical health or safety and the means for obtaining the services. The report must specify the manner in which the guardian will exercise and share decision-making authority and other items that will assist in fulfilling the needs of the ward, the terms of the guardianship order, and the duties of the guardian.
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