1.m to assist in accessing, collecting or obtaining information relevant to a decision, including medical, psychological, financial, educational or treatment notes; Sustained decision-making is “A process of assistance and accommodation for an adult with a disability to enable the adult to make life choices, including decisions about where the adult wishes to live, the services, assistance and medical care that the adult wishes to receive, with whom the adult wishes to live and where the adult wishes to work, Without hindering the self-determination of the adult. [1. Texas Estates Code § 1357.002 (3).] This Agreement may be revoked at any time by the person with a disability or his or her supporter. If they decide to hire a lawyer, the lawyer can also keep a copy. I, (add your name), make this agreement of my own free will. (2) act within the authority conferred by this Agreement; This decision-making agreement has immediately come into effect and expires (insert date) or until the agreement is terminated by my supporter or me or under the law. If you agree to support an adult with a disability under this sustained decision agreement, you have a duty: my supporter must not make a decision for me. . . .