Supported Decision-Making for Educators
Educators are responsible for helping students prepare for adulthood. Decision-Making is critically important to that process but many children with disabilities are not supported to gain these skills.
Supported Decision-Making offers a structure to teach decision-making in an accessible way that promotes autonomy and successful transition.Gain the insight and resources you need to provide a variety of options beyond guardianship.
Cyndi Pitonyak explains how a county begins the process of inclusion and does so successfully.
Students need opportunities throughout their school career to practice leadership and self-determination. This video is an example of how a school in Virginia accomplishes this.
By understanding the Supported Decision-Making process, professionals are able to better serve individuals with disabilities and understand their needs.
Learn more about what it is, how it works, and why it’s important by clicking the button below.