Additional training

Training programs are suitable for anyone providing direct support for decision-making to people with disability, particularly family members and disability support workers. Advocacy and Guardianship  DARU – free online training targeted at disability advocates to provide skills, knowledge and resources that promote a human rights approach to working with people with disabilityCourses – Disability Advocacy… Continue reading Additional training

Further learning

Reading and information Advocacy and Guardianship Where can I find out more about advocacy and guardianship in Australia? ACT   ACT Public Trustee and Guardian   02 6207 9800  NSW    NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal Guardianship Division   Various supported decision-making resources for people with a disability  1300 006 228 and press 2   13 14 50 (interpreter… Continue reading Further learning

Practice toolkit

Supported decision-making in behaviour support INFORMATION SHEETS: Summary fact sheet: effective supported decision makingA downloadable PDF of key points.  PROCESS GUIDE:  Facilitator’s check list: Preparing for supported decision-makingA summary of the actions and tools facilitators can use when facilitating supported decision-making.   PRACTICE TOOLS:  Conversation Cards Conversation Cards – Supporter guideCan be used as visual communication… Continue reading Practice toolkit

Supporting decisions: 2. What information should people have about me?

Decision 2: What information should people have about me? The practitioner will need to collect information from the people involved in the Behaviour Support team. This information is collected to help the practitioner get a good understanding of the person and their life. They will collect information about:     The practitioner will want to know more… Continue reading Supporting decisions: 2. What information should people have about me?