Making My Own Decisions is a workbook filled with helpful information and worksheets aimed at strengthening a person’s decision-making and advocacy skills. Chapters include:
- It’s your life: You have the right to make your own decisions
- Getting the support you need to make your own decisions
- What happens when I turn 18?
- Common decision-making supports
- A few words on guardianship
- “Nothing about me without me”
- Practice making decisions
The following federal funding partners shared in the cost of producing this material: the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, AIDD (G-1101WAPA48); the Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, SAMHSA (SMX539700Q); and the Rehabilitation Services Administration, RSA (H240A140048). These contents are the sole responsibility of Disability Rights Washington and do not necessarily represent the official views of AIDD, SAMHSA or RSA.
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