Simon Duffy offers an overview of the global and historical development of Self-Directed Support (SDS).
This talk was given at an In Control Scotland event in Glasgow in 2020 and builds on the work of the global SDS Network.
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Leaders in self-directed support in Finland explain how systems are beginning to move towards and some of the early benefits
John O'Brien and Robin Cooper share how SDS has evolved in the USA and the lessons therein for other countries.
This report on Self-Directed Support in Europe sets out strategies for service providers to work in partnership with people with disabilities and their families.
Simon Duffy describes some of the strategies that can be used to shift systems towards the use of self-directed support.
These seven principles provide the ethical context for the implementation of Self-Directed Support as a system for reforming care and support.
Self-directed support is the 7 step process by which people obtain control over their support in order to achieve a better life for themselves.
Infographics on self-directed support translated into Finnish developed for the SDS Network.