Supported decision-making – the principles and the point: in conversation with Shih-Ning Then

In this ‘in conversation with,’ I talk to Professor Shih-Ning Then about supported decision-making, exploring the meaning of the term, how it is understood and what it might mean in different contexts, in the context of a hugely important report on the subject she has contributed to for the Living Disability Research Centre at La Trobe University, commissioned by the Australian Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability.

The website and e-learning materials for the La Trobe Supported Decision-Making Framework we talk about during our conversation can be found here.

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