December 1, 2017
Supported Decision Making – Supported decision-making happens when an individual with a disability is the decision maker but has support from one or more persons who explain issues to the individual in a manner that he or she can understand. There is no one way of supported decision-making. In a supported decision-making agreement the person chooses a supporter, they trust to help them get the information they need to make an informed decision, consider their options, understand the risks and communicate their decisions to others. In this presentation you will learn:
- Who can be your supporters?
- What kind of decisions will they help you make?
- What is your role and what is your supporters’ role?
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