Advance Care Planning Australia (ACPA) and Decision Assist have a brand new integrated online learning space where you can find up-to-date resources and training tools to support best practice in advance care planning.
In May 2016, the GRPCC Clinical Practice Group developed Advance Care Planning Guidelines. The purpose of advance care planning guidelines is to support clinical staff to “have the conversation” with clients and caregivers about end of life decision making, engage clients and their families in decisions about their care and help them to undertake advance care planning. For more CPG guidelines click here.
Dying to Talk encourages Australians of all ages and levels of health to talk about dying.
Despite being something that touches everyone, death doesn’t receive enough visibility. Dying to Talk aims to reach into the community to normalise dying in Australia and to help Australians work out what’s right for them at the end of their lives.
Having a conversation with your loved ones about your end-of-life wishes will help them to make decisions on your behalf should you be unable to communicate your wishes. The Dying to Talk Discussion Starter guides you through talking with your loved ones.
Future planning and advanced care planning
The aim of the literature review was to gather evidence on the effectiveness of strategies to inform models of Advance Care Planning (ACP) that address the specific needs of people with dementia and other chronic cognitive impairment and that would be optimally delivered and communicated across the different service settings typically encountered
Conversations – Creating Choice in End of Life Care
Austin health – Advance Care Planning
ACP talk has been designed in collaboration with Australian religious and cultural leaders and organisations. It is intended to provide informational support for health professionals conducting advance care planning with people from different religious and cultural backgrounds
The GroundSwell Project is a not for profit organisation known for using innovative arts and health programs to create social and cultural change about death and dying.
Their aim is to promote resilience and wellbeing in response to end of life issues and to encourage people to build their death literacy.