Supported Decision Making is a fast growing national trend for adults with disabilities determining how to make decisions in adulthood. Join us for a workshop with national Supported Decision Making expert, Jonathan Martinis, from the Burton Blatt Institute. Jonathan will explain what Supported Decision Making is, how to use it, and how and why it can be a better than guardianship for many people. This is a "must see" session for anyone considering legal authority issues as someone with a disability approaches or navigates adulthood.
To see some documents on Supported Decision Making in advance of the session, please visit our Supported Decision Making resource library at https://thearcofnova.org/programs-services/sdm
This workshop is part of a three part workshop series on Supported Decision Making. Workshops is this series are 74% funded by a grant from the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities.