Supported Decision Making and Guardianship in Idaho
This session will focus on a move toward supported decision making for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The presenters will briefly address rule changes around guardianship of protected persons in Idaho. The goal is to spread knowledge of the supported decision making model to school social workers, physicians, families, family law attorneys, psychologists and everyone else recommending guardianship to families as their child with an I/DD turns 18.
.75 NASW CEUs (LSW and LMSW)