Why is Health Care Planning Important?
Differences in cultural attitude towards long-term and terminal illness mean Caucasians account for 40 percent of hospice end-of life care clients. Of the remaining 60 percent, no single group represents as many users. Consequently, many untrained and uninformed family care-givers struggle to provide their loved ones with the desired quality of care.
The retirement of the entire Baby Boomer generation, or the “Senior Tsunami,” will burden infrastructures, including emergency and hospital services, transportation (i.e. paratransit) and Medicare and is creating a national debate.
We offer certified training to senior centers, PACE programs, health plans, nursing facilities; assisted living, and other corporations that provide any level of healthcare services.
Our competetively priced and affordable training will:
- Increase staff productivity
- Improve inter-cultural understanding and treatment
- Increase organizational resources for seriously and terminally ill
- Improve the quality of care
This is an important service that benefits all. Use this link to sign up for training now.
Teach self care and provide tools for coping with serious illness to include culturally sensitive conversation honoring tradition.
Provide options for the seriously ill that connect the dots between health care experiences and health care wishes.
ADVANCE CARE PLANNING training supports physicians by preparing patients to understand options and make advance health care and end of life choices.