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Supported Decision Making Agreement (SDMA) Form

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Starting May 5, 2018, if you are a person with a disability, you can use the attached form to make statutory Supported Decision Making Agreements (also called a “SDMA”). The District of Columbia law that lets you do this is the “Disability Services Reform Amendment Act of 2018,” D.C. Law 22-93.

The D.C. Department on Disability Services and Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities developed this information and instructions document to explain Supported Decision-Making Agreements and help you understand how to use the SDMA form. Project ACTION! and the Family Support Council reviewed it for accessibility.