Decisions, Decisions Person-Centered Advocacy for Survivors with Cognitive Disabilities

December 11, 9:00 am
3:00 pm
Registration opens
November 26, 8:00 am
December 7, 5:00 pm

Radisson Hotel
SeaTac Airport

18118 International Blvd
Seattle, WA 98188

Event Type

Whether it’s dementia, a developmental disability, a brain injury, or mental illness: many disabilities influence decision-making.  Unfortunately, this can mean well-meaning others override important decisions, and that presents compelling complications for both advocate and survivor, especially in long-term care.  Who decides if a “vulnerable adult” can have sex?  Does an advocate need power-of-attorney permission to work with a survivor?  What if a guardian is abusive? This interactive presentation is designed to provide tips, tools and techniques the advocate can use to navigate these complications and support the survivor in making authentic, meaningful decisions.


Lodging and Travel

WCSAP is unable to cover the cost of participant travel or accommodations.


Parking is free.


WCSAP will provide lunch for this training.

Training Hours and Credits

This training will count as 6.5 hours ongoing sexual assault training for OCVA sexual assault grantees.


WCSAP makes every effort to ensure accessibility for participants that request them. This is a TIME Sensitive Registration. Please contact our online form to contact Donna Schulz or by phone 360.754.7583 for scheduling interpreters.

Cost for Members

There is no registration fee for WCSAP Program, Organizational and Individual Members or OCVA Sexual Assault Contractors.

Cost for Non-Members

$75.00 paid in full is required to register. Payment information will be emailed within a week of receipt of registration form. To learn about WCSAP memberships, visit our membership page or call Valerie at 360-754-7583, x104.


Confirmations will be e-mailed to participants within a week of receipt of registration form.

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Radisson Hotel
SeaTac Airport

18118 International Blvd
Seattle, WA 98188

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