Supported Decision Making: Facilitating Choice & Control

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Supported decision-making is a fundamental human right for people with cognitive disability and is a legal foundation of 'choice and control'.

The NDIA is looking for evidence that supported decision-making is used in all areas of support, from everyday choices to major life decisions. Increasingly, your organisation will need to be able to prove it complies with supporting participant decision-making rights. Everyone in your organisation needs the knowledge to apply supported decision-making concepts and principles.

Learning Outcomes
   -  Gain a deeper understanding of key supported decision-making concepts and principles
   -  Understand 'decision-making' in the NDIS and the difference between supported and substitute decision-making
   -  Identify barriers to applying supported decision-making and develop strategies to address these barriers
   -  Apply this knowledge to support people as they make their own decisions

This one day interactive online workshop is suitable for anyone supporting NDIS participants including support coordinators, plan managers, frontline staff and managers.



Team member

Sally Coddington

Team member

Leighton Jay


Melbourne / Sydney timezone (unless otherwise stated)

10:30am - 3:30pm

*WA Timezone will run 9:30am - 2:30pm AWST (which is 12:30-5:30pm Melb/Syd time)


12 October
26 October *WA Timezone
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