From Suzanne M. Francisco, an education and disability rights advocate, and Jonathan G. Martinis, Esq. comes a primer on supported decision-making.  From explaining what supported decision-making is, to how to use it, to who should be involved, this is a rather comprehensive guide to supported decision-making.  There is even a sample document that you can fill out and will take you through a step-by-step process, as well as an appendix that provides a wealth of further resources in the form of links to websites.  Interested?  Here it is:

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