Easy Read Supported Decision Making Framework
This is CID’s Easy Read Supported Decision Making Framework.
It shows how people with intellectual disability should be supported when making decisions.
Supported decision making is when someone helps you make more of your own decisions.
This framework is created with people with intellectual disability.
How to use it
You can use this framework when you talk about making decisions with your supporters.
Supported decision making is about you being at the centre of your own decisions.
You can make more of your own decisions when you have things and people to support you.
More resources will be created to help you use the framework.
See CID’s supported decision making framework.
Find out more at the My Rights Matter Hub.
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