Enduring Guardianship is similar to that of Power of Attorney in that they both concerns decisions made on your behalf if you lose capacity. You may appoint more than one guardian.
Guardians are particularly concerned with your personal/lifestyle/health care choices not financial affairs. You may also limit the scope of decisions your guardians are only able to act upon such as health care, medical treatments, consent to dental treatment, personal care and accommodation options.
You may instruct your guardians as to how they should make their decisions or whether there is a third party you’d like them to consult.