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Supported Decision-Making for People with Cognitive Impairments: An Australian Perspective?

Terry, Carney,

Published Literature

2015

The article poses a challenging conclusion: supported decision-making may or may not require engaging the law at all. Circles of support, micro-boards, or friendship networks, may better be cultivated purely within civil society, overseen simply by the advocacy, service protocols, health and welfare professional standards and other processes of the myriad of informal community, self-help, non-government and government human services agencies.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Laws

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Sector development and sustainability

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