Supported decision making – The process as a supporter

Many of us help family members and friends to make decisions. But few of us have had the opportunity to think about what actually makes a good decision-making process. We may not have clear strategies we can use when providing decision support.   This webinar explores the key elements of good decision-making processes and how having a framework for thinking about decision making might help you.

This webinar will focus on understanding and using the six key elements of the supported decision-making process:

  1. Looking into and understanding the decision
  2. Understanding the person’s will and preferences about the decision
  3. Gathering information and exploring options
  4. Working through barriers and risks
  5. Weighing it all up and making the decision
  6. Reflecting on the decision and what happens

This webinar is for anyone who provides assistance to others to make decisions.  The webinar will include stories and examples of supporting people with intellectual disability with their decision making.

Wednesday 4th May, 2022, 10:00am – 12:00pm AEST
Belonging Matters

Event Time Table

Wednesday 4th May, 2022
10:00am – 12:00pm AEST