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The regional center shall provide the court with a complete evaluation of the developmentally disabled person for whose protection the appointment is sought. The report shall include person's physical and mental condition. The evaluation report shall not be made part of the public record of the guardianship or conservatorship proceedings and shall be open to inspection only by court personnel, the person who is the subject of the proceeding, his parents, guardian or conservator, the attorneys, others designated by court. The director of Health Services must provide an annual written review of the physical, mental, and social condition of each developmentally disabled person that he has been appointed conservator or guardian of. The records are confidential, but may be available if authorized by the director or the court.

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In the case of a proposed guardianship of a ward of an estate, a court investigator shall have access to an oral or written summary of the proposed ward's medical records and psychological records prepared by any physician, psychologist, or psychiatrist who made or who is maintaining those records.

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Whenever a court orders a hearing terminating parental rights or establishing guardianship of children adjudged dependent children of court, the court shall direct the agency supervising the child and the licensed county adoption agency or the State Department of Social Services to prepare an assessment that includes an evaluation of the child's medical, developmental, scholastic, mental, and emotional status.

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(i) Whenever a court orders a hearing terminating parental rights or establishing guardianship of children adjudged dependent children of court, the court shall direct the agency supervising the child and the licensed county adoption agency or the State Department of Social Services to prepare an assessment that includes an evaluation of the child's medical, developmental, scholastic, mental, and emotional status.

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