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Finding Your Way | Caregiver Posters | Community Education Kit
ECHO Nursing Facility Recommendations |Visable Fairness Report
A 13-page booklet to guide individuals and their families through the processes of
planning before serious illness occurs, as well as when facing end-of-life decisions.
This series of four 11 x 17 posters draws attention to the importance of having early
end-of-life conversations, completing advance directives, seeking good pain management and
understanding palliative care. Available in English and Spanish, the colorful
posters target caregivers and are being distributed in community and healthcare settings.
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The Community Education Kit includes:
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- The Decisions Series
A six-part series of on-page articles to help people understand more about issues surrounding difficult descisions at the end-of-life decisions
- Finding Your Way: A Guide for End-of-Life Medical Decisions
A 13-page booklet to guide individuals and their families through the processes of planning before serious illness occurs, as well as when facing end-of-life decisions.
- Talking It Over: A Guide for Group Discussions on End-of-Life Decisions
Designed for lay discussion leaders, the Guide provides the structure and tools for facilitating three one-hour interactive group discussions.
(published January 2000)
ECHO Nursing Facility Recommedations is a 28-page document produced by a 22-member statewide task force whose purpose is to improve end-of-life care for residents of California's Skilled Nursing Facilities. These recommendations specify the responsibilities of SNF administration, physicians, staff and others in implementing processes and practices that improve end-of-life care.
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Final Report available: Cost-Effectiveness as a Criterion for Medical and Coverage Decisions: Understanding and Responding to Community Perspectives.
A single copy of this 32-page report will be mailed on request by contacting
[email protected] or calling (916) 851-2828. For multiple copies, there is a $2.00 per copy charge for shipping/handling. SHD will invoice, if requested. The report includes the surveys and discussion tools described below, as well as the stakeholder-specific strategies recommended by the project leaders.
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