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District of Columbia Supported Decision Making Agreement

Published: 9th July 2018

Starting May 5, 2018, if you are a person with a disability, you can use the attached form to make Statutory Supported Decision‐Making Agreements (also called “SDMA”). The District of Columbia law that lets you do this is the “Disability Services Reform Amendment Act of 2018,” D.C. Law 22‐93.
The D.C. Department on Disability Services and Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities developed this Information and Instructions document to explain Supported Decision‐Making Agreements and help you understand how to use the SDMA form. Project ACTION! and the Family Support Council reviewed for accessibility.

Organisation: District of Columbia

Format: PDF
Pages: 12
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