Skills and Strategies for Health Care Decision-Making with Children Guide9/1/21
Being a decision-maker for your own healthcare is important. Learning this skill can begin in childhood and continue into adulthood. For some, making healthcare decisions takes more support, practice, and tools. The Skills and Strategies for Health Care Decision-Making guide helps families and healthcare providers support people to learn the skills they need.
The Skills and Strategies for Health Care Decision-Making guide was developed by URLEND trainees supported by the Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities at the University of Montana. The free guide may be printed or downloaded as a fillable PDF.
This resource was created in partnership with Jennifer Banna, former URLEND family trainee and current Montana Family to Family Health Information Center Coordinator. Practitioners, families, and individuals with disabilities participated in workgroups and provided valuable feedback throughout the development process as well.
For more information, contact Molly Kimmel: