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Supported decision making for people rarely heard

conference contribution
posted on 2016-01-01, 00:00 authored by Joanne WatsonJoanne Watson
Joanne will discuss her long professional commitment to people with significant communication and cognitive impairments. The address will challenge us to think about autonomy differently and will demonstrate how people who communicate informally or unintentionally can still have their preferences acknowledged, interpreted and built up into decisions that reflect their will and preference. It will explore the enablers and barriers which my research has indicated enables supporters to carry out their role.

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Event

Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability. Conference (2016 : Wellington, New Zealand)

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1 - 13

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[The Conference]

Location

Wellington, New Zealand

Place of publication

[Wellington, New Zealand]

Start date

2016-11-01

End date

2016-11-04

Language

eng

Notes

Keynote address

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E3.1 Extract of paper

Title of proceedings

ASID 2016 : No more excuses: Looking beyond “because” : Proceedings of the 2016 Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability

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