Jordan Anderson smiling, looking at camera

Jordan is 19 years old and a 2021 high school graduate. Jordan is a strong advocate for supported decision-making and co-leads the Center on Youth Voice, Youth Choice project for the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities. He has a dual role as a co-lead and a Youth Ambassador for the project and is helping to spread the word on supported decision-making and alternatives to guardianship. Jordan is currently enrolled in Project Search.

Read Jordan’s supported decision making story.

Jordan's Showcase

Jordan talks about his experiences as a co-leader of the Wisconsin State Team and the advocacy he has done around the state to promote alternatives to guardianship.

Other Content

Including You: A Disability Rights Arkansas Podcast

Listen to this podcast by Disability Rights Arkansas titled Informed Choices, Supported Decisions. Jordan Anderson, Hezzy Smith and Tom Masseau dive deep into alternatives to guardianship, more specifically, supported decision-making.

Hezzy Smith is the Director of Advocacy Initiatives at Harvard Law School Project on Disability and Tom Masseau is the Executive Director of Disability Rights Arkansas.