Cette infographie exhorte les gens à amorcer une démarche de planification préalable des soins au moyen d’un message bien clair: Il est temps de nous sortir la tête du sable et de parler de nos volontés de fin de vie.
This french poster encourages people to think about and talk about their end of life wishes.
This webinar discusses substitute decision making for people with communication disabilities. This webinar was held on May 25, 2016 and is brought to you by Communication Disabilities Access Canada and is made possible through funding from The Law Foundation of Ontario. For more information, you can visit us on the web at: http://cdacanada.com
This condensed module explores the process of Advance Care Planning and Health Care Consent. The module is self-directed and allows the user to move through the slides at their own page. There is narration which can be disable if preferred. Approximately 30 minutes.
This online course developed by the East Toronto Health Link (ETHeL) ACP Working Croup and Clinical Advisory Council consists of 4 modules about Advance Care Planning and covers what providers should know and do, what patients need to know and do and how to initiate ACP conversations.
This webpage provides a number of helpful resources on the topics of Consumer Protection, Elder Abuse, Health Care Consent & Advance Care Planning, Home Care, Hospitals, Long-Term Care Homes, Pensions and Incomes, Powers of Attorney, Retirement Homes and Wills.
Judith Wahl outlines common problems related to confusion about Advance Care Planning (ACP) and End-of-Life Decision-Making and how ACP is more about communication between patients and their Substitute Decision Maker and any paperwork.