With the national attention on guardianship reform sparked by Britney Spears experience living under a conservatorship, Supported Decision-Making has been in the national news.
Check out some of this recent coverage featuring Supported Decision-Making, including stories from Center for Public Representation’s work and pilots!
Wisconsin Public Radio: Britney Spears Doesn’t Get The Freedom Of Choice. Neither Do People Under Guardianship by Elizabeth Dohms-Harter (July 13, 2021)
Wisconsin Public Radio’s Central Time: Conservatorship 101 And Ideas For Reform (July 2, 2021)
Vice: The Horror of an Unwanted Conservatorship, According to People Who Lived It by Reina Sultan (July 8, 2021)
featuring Cory from the CPR/Nonotuck pilot describing his experience under guardianship and how Supported Decision-Making works for him
Salon: The supportive decision-making model that might have saved Britney Spears from conservatorship by Laura Guidry (June 27, 2021)
New York Times: Britney Spears’s Case Calls Attention to Wider Questions on Guardianship by Amanda Morris (July 10, 2021)
Slate: For the Disability Community, Britney Spears’ Situation Is All Too Familiar interview with Sara Luterman by Mary Harris (June 29, 2021)
Teen Vogue: Britney Spears’s Conservatorship Is a Disability Rights Issue That Deserves More Attention by Haley Moss (June 25, 2021)
The Guardian: After Britney Spears testimony, lawmakers push changes to conservatorship laws by Sam Levin (July 2, 2021)
Time Magazine: How Britney Spears’ Case Could Change the Future of Conservatorship by Abigail Abrams (June 25, 2021)
The Nation: Free Comrade Britney! by Sara Luterman (March 31, 2020)
updated July 12, 2021