Supporting legal capacity through supported decision making.

By: Harding, Rosie.
Series: Down's Syndrome Association Journal 138 Autumn/Winter 2018: 30-31. 2018Subject(s): DISABILITY | SUPPORTED DECISION MAKING | CHOICE | CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES | ADVOCACY | SELF ADVOCACY | MENTAL CAPACITY ACT 2005 | COMMUNICATION | GREAT BRITAIN | EVERYDAY DECISIONS PROJECTSummary: Describes the Everyday Decisions project which involved qualitative interviews with disabled people to find out abpout capacity, choice and support in a wide range of life domains, including everyday decisions about food and clothing, life choices like housing, education, employment, relationships and friendships, and more difficult choices like financial, medical and legal decisions.
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Describes the Everyday Decisions project which involved qualitative interviews with disabled people to find out abpout capacity, choice and support in a wide range of life domains, including everyday decisions about food and clothing, life choices like housing, education, employment, relationships and friendships, and more difficult choices like financial, medical and legal decisions.

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