Supported Decision-Making: Protecting Rights, Ensuring Choices

Study after study has shown that when people with disabilities and older adults have more self-determination, they have a better quality of life. Learn what Supported Decision-Making is, why it is affective, as well as strategies and resources for creating Supported Decision-Making relationships for your clients. 

Speaker: Jonathan Martinis, Senior Director for Law and Policy, Burton Blatt Institute, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Moderator: Nikki Mitchell, Mitchell, Brown & Associates, LLC, St. Louis