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Supported Decision-Making

Supported Decision-Making enables people to ask for support where and when they need it. People with intellectual disabilities who have more opportunities to make choices make better decisions. The more someone makes their own decisions, the better they can learn new skills, including problem-solving, goal setting, and taking more responsibility. Supported Decision-Making is a set of strategies that help individuals with disabilities have more control over their life and future. It involves family and friends’ working together with individuals to support them in making complex decisions.

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