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Advance Care Planning is a process to ensure your voice is heard even if you are unable to make healthcare decisions for yourself.
Please note, some processes and policies discussed are specific to Taranaki DHB, so please always check with your local Healthcare Provider if you wish to find out more about documenting your own Advance Care Plan.
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Shared Goals of Care (SGoC) are when a person, their whānau and clinicians explore their values, care and treatment options available and agree the goal of care for the current admission if the person deteriorates. Having an ACPlan attached to your health record is invaluable to start these conversations.
Duration: 00:22:58 | Date: 2 October, 2022
Paula and Letiesha from Te Rangimarie Hospice in New Plymouth, talk about approving ACP conversations from a te ao Māori perspective.
Duration: 00:28:59 | Date: 4 September, 2022
Senior social worker, Hannah Gulliver talks to Graham about his experience of being supported to complete his Advance Care Plan.
Duration: 00:18:03 | Date: 7 August, 2022
We need to lift the stigma around Advance Care Planning (ACP) and start talking and sharing our goals and values for our future healthcare, including end of life, with our family/whanau, loved ones and healthcare professionals to ensure we receive care that aligns with our wishes. Sharing the gift of your Advance Care Plan is such a wonderful way to communicate your future healthcare wishes.
Duration: 00:23:34 | Date: 3 July, 2022