9. What should I remember about making decisions about my behaviour support plan

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You have the right to be part of the decisions about your Behaviour Support Plan 

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You have the right to get support to make decisions about your plan.  

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There are 4 big decisions to make about your Behaviour Support Plan.

These decisions are: 

  1. Who should be in my Behaviour Support team
  2. What information should people have about me
  3. What will help me live a good life
  4. Do I want to change my plan
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Your Behaviour Support practitioner and your supporters will talk to you about these decisions.

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If you are not happy about your behaviour support plan to can speak up to a

  • friend
  • family
  • support worker
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If you want to talk to someone else you can call an advocacy service.