Facilitated Decision-Making

Allen, Shea & Associates and Rhonda Mayer

This  is a chapter from a piece titled Learn the Basics, Learn the Process, Apply What You Learn: Service Coordination Orientation and Training Curriculum. Written around the turn of the century, it was developed as a training curriculum for regional center service coordinators. While some of it is certainly dated, other chapters still hold true. Here’s one on facilitated decision-making. The purpose of this module is to assist the service coordinator in facilitating an individual or family in making an informed decision about services or supports or other concerns which affect their lives.

Facilitated Decision Making