Supported Decision-Making as an Alternative to Guardianship and Conservatorship

The Connecticut Supported Decision-Making Coalition was established to provide information about supported decision-making to students and adults with disabilities, caregivers, families, educators, policymakers, and anyone interested in supporting the autonomy of adults with disabilities. In this manual you will read how supported decision-making in Connecticut can be used in place of more restrictive means, such as guardianship and conservatorship, to preserve a person’s autonomy and independence, while still providing the person with support from his or her family, friends, and community.

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