Wisconsin now has one of the nation’s only supported decision-making laws. Supported decision-making is a formal process that is an alternative to more restrictive guardianship and will be a helpful tool for many Wisconsin residents. Supported Decision-Making can allow older adults and people with disabilities to retain their authority to make life decisions, while also having trusted people provide support.

Download the Supported Decision Making Booklet from BPDD: HERE

Attend this webinar to learn what the SDM law in Wisconsin does and how you might use it in your life or to support a family member.

This webinar is sponsored by The Arc Wisconsin. Invited presenters include representatives from the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities, Disability Rights Wisconsin and the Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources.

You will Learn About:

  • The concept of Supported Decision-Making
  • Wisconsin’s New Supported Decision-Making Law
  • How people with disabilities and older adults can use Supported Decision-Making
  • Steps in creating a Supported Decision-Making agreement

How to Register:

Topic: Wisconsin’s New Supported Decision-Making Law
Host: The Arc Wisconsin
Date: Monday, May 21, 2018
Time: 6:30 pm, Central Daylight Time
Location: On-Line at Your Computer

To register for this training session go to this link: 

After you are registered you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the session.

Questions:  Contact The Arc Wisconsin at: pugh@thearc.org; 1-608-422-4250