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Advocacy project to host Jamestown meeting

The North Dakota Protection and Advocacy Project will host an interactive discussion on supported decision making at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22, at sites around the state.

The North Dakota Protection and Advocacy Project will host an interactive discussion on supported decision making at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22, at sites around the state.

Supported decision making is a model that allows trusted friends and family members and professionals to help older adults and people with disabilities make significant decisions about their lives. Supported decision making is an alternative  to guardianship, is flexible and can change  with the needs of the individual. The project is funded by the North Dakota  State Council on Developmental Disabilities.

The presentation will be shown at the following locations:

* Bismarck State College, Technical Center Rooms 238 and 246, 1200 College Dr., Bismarck;

* Williston State College, Stevens Hall Room 108, 1410 University Ave., Williston;

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* Minot State University, MiSU Memorial Hall Room 207, 500 University Ave. W, Minot;

* Lake Region State College, Admin Room 171, 1801 College Dr., Devils Lake;

* Turtle Mountain Community College, Room 211, 10145 BIA Road 7, Belcourt;

* University of North Dakota, Gamble Hall Room 130, 293 Centennial Dr., Grand Forks;

* North Valley Career & Technology Center, 1540 School Rd., Grafton, use west doors;

* North Dakota State University, EML 183, 1310 Centennial Boulevard, Fargo;

 

* North Dakota State College of Science, Library 117, 800 6th St. N, Wahpeton;

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* James Valley Career & Technology Center, 910 12th Ave NE, Jamestown;

* Dickinson State University, Klinefelter Hall Room 120, 291 Campus Dr., Dickinson.

If accommodations are needed as a result of a disability, call 1-800-472-2670.

The presentation may also be watched at http://bit.ly/2nWrgSM , use login email guest@meeting.edu and password: meeting.

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