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Decision supporters should remember that people learn more effectively when what they are learning is made relevant to their life and experiences. Talking about examples of skills learnt in the past is a great way to show someone that they can learn. And this includes learning about decision making too.
Decision making is a skill you learn.
There is no right or wrong way to make a decision.
Every person decides in different ways.
Look at the words and pictures on these pages to find out more about how you can decide.
Think about skills you have learnt in the past.
Did you learn to cook or catch the bus?
Decision making is another skill you can learn.
Talk about what it was like to learn a new skill.
How did you feel when you learnt to do something new?