Monitoring and supervision

Co-decision-makers will have to send a written report to us every year. These reports will include details of big decisions made together as part of the agreement.

The report will include details of the financial matters related to the agreement, including any costs or expenses. The report must be approved by the person who appointed you.

Co-decision-makers will have to send a written report to us every year. These reports will include details of big decisions made together as part of the agreement. The report will include details of the financial matters related to the agreement, including any costs or expenses. The report must be approved by the person who appointed you.

If the agreement relates to property and money matters, the report must contain information on all transactions relating to the agreement, for example, the purchase or sale of property.

We can also send someone to talk to you, or the person who has appointed you, and ask that person to provide us with a report. For example, we may send a general visitor or special visitor to talk to you if we have received a complaint or want to make sure the agreement is working the way that it should.

Co-decision-makers are supervised in their functions by the Decision Support Service. We check that you are following the guiding principles, legal requirements, the codes of practice and the co-decision-making agreement you are authorised by.

You must send a written report to us every year. This report includes details of big decisions made together as part of the agreement. The report also includes details of any financial matters related to the agreement, including any transactions made and expenses you claimed. The report must be approved by the person who appointed you.

We undertake a review of the co-decision-making agreement after the first year and then every three years. The purpose of this review is to ensure the co-decision-making agreement is working the way it should. We will contact you before we start to let you know what information we need as part of the review.

We can also send someone to talk to you, or the person who has appointed you, and ask that person to provide us with a report. For example, we may send a general visitor or special visitor to talk to you if we have received a complaint or want to make sure the agreement is working the way that it should.