How Self-Advocates Help Their Peers Make Supported Decision-Making Agreements

Chester Finn worked with Massachusetts Advocates Standing Strong (MASS) when they made a supported decision-making form. They believed other tools were too hard to understand. Chester wrote a report on what he learned. In it, he made suggestions for self-advocates who want to help their peers make supported decision-making agreements. Chester calls these suggestions his 10 Commandments.

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