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Online Event – Supported Decision Making
February 8 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
From Substitute Decision-Making to Supported Decision Making
Per the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF), Substitute Decision-Making gives guardians the right to make personal decisions on behalf of an individual living with a disability.
In Contrast, Supported Decision-Making is a person-centered approach that empowers individuals who live with a disability to lead the decision-making process, which studies show offers a better quality of life for individuals living with disabilities. Join us in this workshop and we discuss strategies to move from Substitute Decision-Making to Supported Decision-Making.
In this workshop, we will be covering the several aspects pertaining to Supported Decision Making
- What does Substitute Decision Making look like?
- What does Supported Decision Making look like?
- The advantages of Supported Decision Making
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