AASGAA is an Incorporated Australian Non for Profit organisation, that provides free advice.

AASGAA was created after two advocates, one in South Australia and one in Victoria, experienced the horrors of guardianship and public trustees, fighting for their loved ones.

We fight for the rights of victims under guardianship and administration and advocate for victims and carers to win back their decision-making human rights.

We are a support group, we share stories, and offer advice to victims on how to navigate the public guardianship/trustee system and inform the unsuspecting public about the pitfalls of public guardianship and administration.

We are not aligned with any political parties nor any other organisations or any political movements, other than our overseas sister group NASGA (National Association to Stop Guardianship Abuse) and well-known American guardianship advocate Marti Oakley.

Our core members undergo police clearance checks, before advocating or supporting any vulnerable people on AASGAA’s behalf.

Our secretary Christine Dalas has a current Working with Children Check and Police Clearance, with a no criminal record certificate.

When dealing with the vulnerable, AASGAA endeavors to ensure that those assisting our most vulnerable, in our group, are trustworthy and are free from any conflicts of interest.

AASGAA
30 December 2022