Including Supported Decision Making in Planning for Clients with Diminished Capacity - Articles

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Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Sep 6, 2018

"Clients with diminished capacity may continue to possess the ability to make decisions for themselves or may, with assistance, regain or come to develop the ability to make their own decisions," Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law Professor Donna S. Harkness writes. In "Supported Decision Making: The Missing Piece in the Puzzle of Planning for Clients with Diminished Capacity," she details how this concept is becoming more a part of planning for clients who may have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.