Self-Advocates & Caregivers

Supported Health Care Decision-Making

Like all of us, people with disabilities may need support to understand health information, communicate with their clinicians and manage their daily health needs. Supported Health Care Decision-Making allows adults with disabilities to name trusted supporters to help them access health care, understand medical information and make medical decisions. To learn more about Supported Health Care Decision-Making, view the brief videos and accompanying materials below, and access the provided links.                                                                             

 

Links

Notice: These links are provided as resources only. Clicking on any of the following links will take you to a third party website. The Office of Developmental Primary Care is not responsible for the privacy policies or content of any third party websites.