If you are unable to make certain decisions on your own, you can make a co-decision-making agreement. This agreement lets you choose someone you know and trust such as a friend or family member as a co-decision-maker. Your co-decision-maker will make certain decisions jointly with you. They will help you to gather information and explain it to you in a way that you understand. They will help you to weigh up your options so that you can make certain decisions together. They can also support you to let other people know about the decision you have made together.