Professional Resources

Quarterly Trainings

Practical Information on Supported Decision Making (SDM) and Elders

Monday October 21, 2019
Senior Resource Development Agency (SRDA)
230 North Union, Room 101
Pueblo, Colorado 81005

This training will explore Supported Decision Making. Supported Decision Making (SDM) is a individualized, person-centred process that allows a person with diminished capacity to retain their decision-making capability by selecting friends, family members, professionals, or others to serve as advisors. These advisors help the person to understand and communicate decisions. Supported Decision Making is a growing alternative to guardianship and conservatorship. Following an overview of SDM, this training will discuss capacity, implications of guardianship, consequences of a lack of autonomy, and provide practical information on the SDM process and its limitations.

Presented by: Kelsey Lesco, Colorado Legal Assistance Developer for Elders under the Older Americans Act.

Who Should Attend? Social work practitioners, medical, psychologists and mental health, legal/judicial, law enforcement officials and personnel, home care placement agencies, court-appointed guardians and conservators, community-center board staff and clergy. All of the above – whether paid or unpaid.

Professional development CEU’s are available.


Sign-up for our newsletter to stay up-to-date- about trainings.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages

Get updates from our newsletter

Want to stay updated with our trainings and what's new at CCERAP? Sign up for our newsletter to stay connnected.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.