This handbook for supporters provides clear guidance regarding the role of supporter and practical examples for people undertaking this role.

Supporters are chosen by decision makers because they want their support to make a decision. Supporters are people who the decision maker trusts and they are usually someone the decision maker already knows. This person provides direct support to the decision maker. It is critical that there is a positive relationship between the supporter and decision maker in order for SDM to develop fully.
This handbook for supporters provides clear guidance regarding the role of supporter and practical examples for people undertaking this role.

Resource: NSW Government - Family and Community Services

Download: pdfSupported Decision Making - A handbook for supporters