Webinar Summaries

Exploring The Fundamentals of Supported Decision Making

Supported Decision Making is an increasingly prominent option for strengthening the self determination and rights of various vulnerable groups including persons with disabilities, the elderly, persons with mental health needs, and others. During this August 2019 member-only webinar, Michael J. Kendrick PhD, Director of Supported Decision Making Initiatives at the Center for Public Representation, explained what Supported Decision Making is and highlighted many of the diverse applications and impacts it can have for the lives of the people engaged in its practice.

The Executive Summary is available here. Members can view the webinar slides and recording here.

 

Self-Direction and Competitive Integrated Employment

In December 2019, we held a member-only webinar, Self-Direction and Competitive Integrated Employment. During this webinar, attendees heard from a self-directing individual and his job coach who supports him at his job in the community. Alison Barkoff from the Center for Public Representation and Rie Kennedy-Lizotte from the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) were also on the webinar to share current policy and advocacy efforts.

The Executive Summary is available here. Members can view the webinar slides and recording here.