Welcome to the Jenny Hatch Justice Project
On behalf of Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities, I am proud to introduce you to the Jenny Hatch Justice Project (“JHJP”)! The JHJP is an integrated, multi-faceted resource and outreach center dedicated to advancing people with disabilities’ right to make their own choices and determine their own path and direction in life.
Welcome letter from Tina Campanella, Chief Executive Officer, Quality Trust >>
Jenny Hatch Justice Project in the News
Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities and the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University hosted a three part webinar series in March, April, and May 2014 to increase awareness and understanding of SDM and the implications for policy and practice at a community, state, and national level. Archives of these sessions are now available.
Supported Decision Making Report from 2013 Symposium Available for Download
Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities, the Council on Quality and Leadership and the Burton Blatt Institute sponsored a symposium on Best Practices in Supported Decision-Making in October 2013. A report from their work at the symposium Supported Decision-Making: An Agenda for Action is now available for download.
CBS This Morning's Don Dahler features Jenny Hatch and The Jenny Hatch Justice Project.
Jenny Hatch, a young woman with Down Syndrome decided to take control of her own life despite opposition from her own family. Now, her story is inspiring others seeking to live a more independent life. Don Dahler reports.