Supported Decision Making, 18 November


Supported Decision Making is an interactive workshop that is designed to support 14 to 18 year olds with disability, their families and carers.

This includes:

> Building the capacity of adolescents with disability to make supported decisions

> Providing a framework for building the capacity of families and carers to step away from substitute decision making

> Developing a person centred approach

> Preparing for the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme

> Developing skills to participate more confidently in individualised funding arrangements

To register and to find out more click here:

Meet the team: Owl Learning Australia provides quality, accessible and affordable professional and personal development opportunities throughout Australia. Our focus is on partnering, empowering and responding to the current and future needs of the workforce and we are committed to enhancing the capability of the: > Community services sector (such as aged support, alcohol and other drugs support, carer support, child welfare, youth and family services, community development, disability support, employment services, health, housing and homelessness services, indigenous and multicultural services, mental health support, pastoral care, volunteers etc.) > Education sector (such as early childhood education and care services, out of school hours care services, primary schools, high schools, tertiary institutions etc.)
Target group age:
Early Childhood
Late adolescence / Post-school
Aged Care
Date: Nov 18, 2017
Start time: 1:30
End time: 4:30
Events for:
People with disabilities
Family members of people with disabilities
Service providers

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