Supported Decision-Making: A Path to Self-Determination

February 20 2022

Originally offered February 10, 2022

Learn about Supported Decision-Making, the process of using trusted supporters to understand, make and communicate important life decisions. Join us as Dana Lloyd, Program Director from Georgia Advocacy Office, walks us through the risks and impact of guardianship and what alternatives exist to support young adults to gain the skills needed to successfully direct and manage their own lives with support.

Dana has been engaged in advocacy and with people experiencing injustice on both a professional and personal level for over two decades. Dana currently services as the Director of Developmental Disabilities Program at the GAO and previously worked with families combating poverty and homelessness. Dana is passionate about her work and committed to building communities where everyone flourishes.

Running Time:
57 minutes

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