(1) A guardian shall file with the court at least annually a verified report stating:
(a) The ward's current mental, physical, and social condition;
(b) The address of every residence of the ward during the reporting period and length
of stay at each residence;
(c) A summary of the medical, social, educational, vocational, and other professional
services received by the ward during the reporting period;
(d) An outline of the guardian's visits with and activities on behalf of the ward;
(e) A recommendation as to the need for continued guardianship;
(f) A statement signed by the standby guardian, if one has been appointed, that the
standby guardian continues to be willing to serve in the event of the death, resignation,
removal, or incapacity of the guardian; and
(g) Other information requested by the court or useful in the opinion of the guardian.
(2) For the purpose of filing the report required by subsection (1) of this section,
the guardian shall be given access to records pertaining to the ward held by public
or private agencies which contain information necessary for the guardian to perform
(3) The court shall review the report required in subsection (1) of this section
and take whatever action it considers necessary to enhance the well-being of the ward.
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