|Supported Decision Making: A Less Restrictive Alternative to Legal Guardianship
Learn how Supported Decision-Making supports self-determination, growth and personal safety by ensuring individuals with disabilities receive proper assistance in making key life decisions for themselves. When guardianship isn’t appropriate, Supported Decision-Making might be the ideal solution.
Juliana Huereña | Southwest Institute for Families & Children
Jon Meyers | The Arc of Arizona
Sey In | Arizona Center for Disability Law