Uncover Your Own Superhero: Guardianship and Supported Decision Making

Tracey Ghassaei

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Upon reaching adulthood, a person with a speech-related disability is faced with the decision of whether they need support to access the rights and privileges of adult life. But this is a decision that has to be entered into carefully and with an understanding of what it will legally achieve or limit. This lesson walks through the process in a way that can be discussed with young adults in order to make better decisions at this time in life. NOTE: This is written for a U.S.-based audience and may not apply in other countries.

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