Supported decision-making : theory, research, and practice to enhance self-determination and quality of life / Karrie A. Shogren, Michael L. Wehmeyer, Jonathan Martinis, Peter Blanck with a foreword by Rud Turnbull.
By: Shogren, Karrie Ann.
Contributor(s): Wehmeyer, Michael L | Martinis, Jonathan | Blanck, Peter David | Turnbull, H. Rutherford [writer of foreword.].Series: Cambridge disability, law and policy series: Publisher: Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019Copyright date: 2019Description: xxx, 292 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781108475648.Subject(s): DISABILITY | CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES | HUMAN RIGHTS | SUPPORTED DECISION MAKING | SELF DETERMINATION | QUALITY OF LIFE | RESEARCH | THEORY | EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
PART I: Overview. - 1. Introduction to supported decision-making and its emergence in the disability field. -PART II: Strengths-based frameworks for understanding disability and support needs. - 2. Social-ecological models of disability. - 3. Strengths-based approaches: positive psychology and disability. - 4. Causal agency theory: self-determination and disability. - PART III: Theory underpinning supported decision-making. - 5. Social-ecological framework for supported decision-making. - 6. Decision-making capacity in law and practice. - 7. Environmental demands for decision-making. - 8. Decision-making skills and support needs for decision-making. PART IV: Applications of a social-ecological framework for supported decision-making. - 9. Suppoerted decision-making and self-determination research. - 10. Assessment and intervention in supported decision-making. - 11. Building systems of supports for supported decision-making. - 12. Implications for future theory, research and practice.
"The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) recognized that people with disabilities should have the right to exercise their legal capacity and identified 'supported decision-making' as a means by which people with disabilities can be directly involved in decisions that impact their lives. Offering an overview of its emergence in the disability field and highlighting emerging research, theory, and practice from legal, psychology, education, and health fields, this volume provides a much-needed theoretical and evidence base for supported decision-making. Evidence and strengths-based frameworks for understanding disability, supports, and their roles in promoting supported decision-making are synthesized. The authors describe the application of a social-ecological approach to supported decision-making, and focus on implications for building systems of supports based on current environmental demands. This volume introduces and explains empirical research on critical elements of supported decision-making and the applications of supported decision-making that enhance outcomes, including self-determination and quality of life." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE