Michael Kendrick on Guardianship and Supported Decision Making

Michael Kendrick on Guardianship and Supported Decision Making

022, Blog, Podcast
You can listen to this podcast episode on iTunes or Spotify.  Michael Kendrick is currently director of initiatives on supported decision making for the national Center for Public Representation. He has spent the last twenty years in international consulting and prior to that was the Assistant Commissioner for the Massachusetts Developmental Services Department, Director of the Institute for Leadership and Community Development and consultant to the International Initiative On Disability Leadership.  Guardianship removes the person from decision making. Supported decision making compensates for the areas on one’s life where they might have difficulty with decisions.   Supported decision making really reflects the natural way that all of us make decisions.   In supported decision making the person remains the decision maker in their life and are supported in their decision by people who have chosen to be supportive…
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