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Supported Decision-Making Agreements are written agreements that give people the help they need to make choices about their lives. These choices could be about where to live, what to do during the day, how to spend money, or when to see a doctor.

If you have an agreement, supporters can help you find out what choices you have and help you learn more about the choices you have made. They can find ways for you to try out different choices, to see how you feel and which ones you like. If you want them to, supporters can remind you of important dates and come with you to meetings or appointments.​  — Read more about SDMA

Service Providers
and Care
Coordinators
Service Providers
and Care
Coordinators ​
 
Decision-Makers, 
Supporters, and 
Family Guardians
Decision-Makers,
Supporters, and
Family Guardians 

Lawyers, Paralegals
and Non-lawyer
Advocates
Lawyers, Paralegals
and Non-lawyer
Advocates


Public Guardians and Court Visitors
Public Guardians and
Court Visitors


Policy Makers and the Alaska Court System
Policy Makers
and the Alaska
Court System


Student, Parents and Educators
Students, Parents
and Educators


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