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Join our new workshop for people with intellectual disability – Making decisions at home

Making decisions at home is a workshop for people with intellectual disability.

We got a grant from Council for Intellectual Disability to hold this event. The grant is part of a project about supported decision making called My Rights Matter.

We know that making decisions at home can be hard for lots of reasons.

It may be that you have a lot going on.

Maybe not everyone agrees.

Maybe people make decisions for you.

The workshop will help you think about the decisions that matter to you and where you can get support to make those decisions.

We are having the workshop in two places – West Ryde and Dee Why.
Both workshops are the same so choose the place time that suits you.

The workshops are free and lunch is provided.

You need to let us know that you want to come.

Here is a link to the flier: Making decisions at home

Level 2, Suite 206, 34 Charles St, Parramatta NSW 2150