Supported Decision Making Estate Planning
18 February 2021
People with an intellectual disability often rely on family, friends or advocates to provide safeguards around their quality of life and prevent bad things from happening, especially when they have difficulty communicating.
In a video, taken from a webinar Safeguarding the Future: Margaret Duncan, a Principal Lawyer at Duncan Legal discusses the vital role wills, estate planning and supported decision making can play in providing an important safeguard for the future.
Margaret Duncan is a Principal Lawyer at Duncan Legal, in Camberwell, Victoria. She is the mother of three children. Through Margaret’s lived experience of raising a son with Autism, her sensitivity and dedication provide people with peace of mind. It is through this work that she enables people to feel relaxed and comfortable in making difficult decisions about death, illness, injury, and disability.
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Talks That Matter was developed by the not-for-profit organisation, Belonging Matters, and is an ideal learning and teaching resource for people with a disability, families and support workers.