Author: Leigh Ann Creany Kingsbury
Publisher: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities; 7 Pap/Cdr edition (October 1, 2008)
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
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Kingsbury, Leigh Ann Creaney. Bibliographic Citation. Communicating With Patients and Their Families About Advance Care Planning and End-of-Life Care . Curtis, J. Randall (2000-11). Related Items in Google Scholar. Washington, DC: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2009.
Conclusions: Earlier discussions about end-of-life planning before the diagnosis of a life-limiting illness would be beneficial. End-of-Life Care: A Guide to Supporting Older People With Intellectual Disabilities and Their Families.
Gerontologist Inleads. Conclusions: Earlier discussions about end-of-life planning before the diagnosis of a life-limiting illness would be beneficial. Lacking is a consistent approach to determining capacity for individuals with an intellectual disability. 2000), Albany: New York, NYSARC, Inc. Respecting Choices Advance Care Planning Facilitator's Manual Gundersen Lutheran Medical Foundation.
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People Planning Ahead provides a comprehensive and structured way to ensure that loved ones receive care respecting their wishes and conforming to their personal, cultural, and religious beliefs during times of chronic and terminal illness, or severe disability
People Planning Ahead provides a comprehensive and structured way to ensure that loved ones receive care respecting their wishes and conforming to their personal, cultural, and religious beliefs during times of chronic and terminal illness, or severe disability. The book is designed to capture detailed information on an individual - from basic health information and preferences on blood transfusions to the individual's traits and personality types.
Knowing your wishes means that they can plan the funeral you would have . End of life care provides support and treatment for people approaching the end of their lives.
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You can learn about person centred thinking tools from and www. ates. uk We are grateful to Leigh Ann Kingsbury for her work on People Planning Ahead, and to Shelley Dumas and Mary Lou Bourne, SDA, for If I could I would. This book is part of a series of resources. If I could, I would What I want and do not want in the future - my hopes and fears Making changes to my life - my action plan Planning for the end of your life Looking back at my relationship circle, who would I like to do what towards the end of my life?
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Communication of Healthcare and End of Life Wishes Through Person-Centered Practices Note: the material used in this presentation is from Leigh Ann Creaney Kingsbury, MPA, Gerontologist and the Last Passages Project People Planning Ahead. 2. Purpose and Training
-Provides a structured way for planners to gather and organize information on a person's values, goals, and life and turn it into a detailed life plan
-Detailed planning forms offer instructive and step-by-step examples on how to use information in real-life situations; electronic format makes it easy to store and archive information
-Author-led AAIDD training workshops available for organizations providing end-of-life care.
Who CAN USE:
-Professionals working in hospices, long-term care facilities, respite care, assisted living facilities, group homes, and agencies serving people with developmental disabilities. A great resource for family members.
Since 1876, the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) has been providing worldwide leadership in the field of disabilities. AAIDD is the oldest and largest interdisciplinary organization of professionals and citizens concerned about intellectual and developmental disabilities.
AAIDD publishes books for professionals in developmental disability in the areas of:
-Supported living -Definition of intellectual disability-Disability funding -Positive behavior support -Palliative care -Quality of life -Health