14. Supported Decision Making

Supported decision making is just a way to describe how we all make decisions. It means that people turn to trusted friends, family members, and professionals to help them make decision, both large and small. Supported decision making can be used as an alternative to legal guardianship, but can also be used in any person’s life.

Laura Butler, Camille Collins-Dean

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