Focus Group – Interacting with new Decision Support Service
Venue: At home – online by Zoom
Date: Thursday 28th April 2021 Time: 11am – 1pm
The Assisted Decision-Making Act was passed in 2015. Under this Act the Decision Support Service is to be established. The Decision Support Service want to hear from you about decision-making and how you might interact with this new service.
Inclusion Ireland with the support of ASIAM are hosing a focus group for 8-10 autistic adults to get your views on decision-making. Participants will receive a stipend payment for their time.
Registration: To register and for link to the event please contact Alex Kearney at Inclusion Ireland at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01-8559891.
We will have easy-to-read information on assisted decision-making and you may also find out more here.PDF Download All News
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