Feedback Session: Support for Decision Making consultation

The NDIA is looking to develop a policy framework for Support for Decision Making.

We want to hear from participants, families, carers and other supports about what you think will make this work for everyone.

Support for decision making is the term used to describe the ways of providing support to people to make decisions and remain in control of their lives.

We have released a discussion paper to outline our proposed strategy for improving support for decision making and the framework for how we think about support for decision making. 

In this session we will:

Who should attend: Participants, nominees, families and carers.

Providers are also welcome to come along and are also encouraged to make a submission via our website.

As the session is intended specifically to gather feedback, we will not be covering the content of the paper in detail.

To get the most out of the session, please read or discuss the paper prior to attending.

Session details:

  • delivered via video-conference using Microsoft Teams (includes ability to dial in by telephone)
  • we are delivering the same content on different days to allow flexibility for attendees
  • registrations close three business days before each session
  • login details, including the Microsoft Teams link, will be emailed to you two business days before the session
  • Individual registrations are encouraged to ensure each registrant receives these details.

If you have any accessibility requirements please advise when registering.

A minimum of 5 business days' notice is required to book Auslan interpreters and live captioning services.

For any enquiries regarding this session, please contact [email protected] and include the session name in the subject line.

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