This guide to thinking about supported decision-making provides worksheets and prompt questions to help you consider whether SDM will work for you.
This worksheet helps individuals using SDM think through: what decisions they want assistance with, who they want assistance from, and what type of assistance they want.
Tool for supporters, families, and providers to consider questions of competency, particularly to assess whether individual with a disability is a good candidate for supported decision-making.
Model SDM Agreement from ACLU.
A nationally targeted guide to using advanced directives for psychiatric care.
Information for Washington DC on Special Education and SDM. Contains link to model SDM agreement form.
Article describing law passed in Peru on September 4, 2018 recognizing that people with disabilities have full legal capacity and the concept of support and safeguards.
Wisconsin Department of Health SDM Agreement form.
News article describing first woman in Indiana to regain decision-making rights in favor of SDM.
See also article in Indiana Lawyer.
District of Columbia’s supported decision-making agreement and instructions on how to fill out the agreement.