Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a process that supports an individual’s understanding and sharing of personal values, life goals, and preferences related to future medical care, so that they get care that is consistent with these choices. While ACP is important for all populations, it is especially important for those whose life (and health) experiences fall outside of traditional, western, heteronormative contexts (i.e., those belonging to racial, ethnic, sexual, and/or gender minority communities).
The Diversity Access Team is assessing, tailoring, implementing, and evaluating ACP tools aimed at minority populations. For more information about our project, please visit https://icanacp.ca/project-teams/diversity-access-team/
COVID - 19 Experiences and Planning for the Future: Survey Findings and Tools to Assist (As presented to the Jewish Seniors Alliance, March 29, 2021).
COVID - 19 Experiences and Planning for the Future: Survey Findings and Tools to Assist (As presented to The Queer Imaging and Riting Kollective for Elders: Quirk-e, March 30, 2021). A recording of this session is also available to view.