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Lessons from 4 Years of the Supported Decision-Making New York (SDMNY) Work

DESCRIPTION:

Helping People with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) to Access Alternatives to Guardianship

For the past nearly four years, more than 80 people with I/DD have pursued supported decision-making over guardianship, while 10 people with I/DD have already completed supported decision-making agreements. What was this experience like for young and older adults and their supporters? What has SDMNY learned about how to promote access to alternatives to guardianship?

Hosted by :  Mia Greenidge, Manager of Youth  and Transition Services, INCLUDEnyc

& Special Guest-Kristin Booth Glen, University Professor and Dean Emerita, CUNY School of Law

 

*Please note that this is an online event. You may click the "Watch Live" button below on the day of the event.

DATE: Thu, 01/16/2020
TIME: 12:00pm-1:00pm

LANGUAGE
English

Mia Greenidge
presented by:
Mia Greenidge


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