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Self-directed support (SDS) is the principle that people have informed choice about the way their social care and support is provided to them by taking control of the money spent on that support. It is most commonly used in the delivery of social care and support but it can cover a much wider range of services. More here…
SDS Principles and Legislation
For direct links to the Scottish Government SDS Legislation and Guidance and Principles here
SDS and Advocacy
To find out more about the SIAA’s SDS and Advocacy Project click here
Click here to link to our SDS Resources page where we are attempting to gather as many informative resources as possible to help Advocates.
Our new leaflet detailing ‘How can an advocate help me with Self-directed Support‘ is now available.