Self-Direction in Australia and Korea: No Passport Required

2019 Self-Direction Conference Breakout Session: Worldwide, well over a million people are self-directing, including people with intellectual and developmental disability, physical disability, serious mental health conditions, and older adults with long-term service and support needs. This session explores commonalities and differences between three nations’ self-direction efforts. Disability leaders from Korea and Australia present an overview of self-direction schemes in their countries before participating in a panel discussion about key issues and future directions for the international self-direction field.

Visual renditions from this session by Inky Brittany are available under File(s). Please note that Inky Brittany is a graphic recorder and not a content expert. Please do not rely on the graphics for technical content.