Global, flexible and individual support
Over the years, Support-Girona has evolved into a support system for the exercise of legal capacity, providing supported decision-making services and offering safeguards to protect persons with disabilities from abuse and undue influence, along with fostering their autonomy and full social inclusion in the community. In particular, in 2014, the Committee drafted the General Comment No. 1 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and noted that Article 12 was not interpretable and should be applied even during a crisis by stating that a person has the right to be wrong and reject support.
Support-Girona has consolidated and exported its practices in recognition of the right of each person to be involved in the decisions that concern them. A long time ago and not without difficulties, the organisation undertook a line of international projects financed by European funds, where the specialists of the organisation can carry out these practices and provide services to the people being assisted.