Ethics and Issues in Advance Care Planning: ACP and Dementia/Alzheimer’s
HCV envisions a world where all Virginians have access to quality advance care planning that is honored in the delivery of care. Misconceptions abound about the role of ACP, including a common conflation of ACP with end-of-life planning. What does ACP mean in the context of dementia, mental illness, or birth? What can we learn about person-centered care from those who have long been in the fight for it?
- Learn the history and importance of person-centered care to the dementia and Alzheimer’s field and community
- Examine the role, definition, and significance of advance care planning to the dementia and Alzheimer’s field and community
- Gain familiarity with diverse perspectives from the dementia and Alzheimer’s field and community concerning advance care planning and person-centered care
- Exposure to information and tools to support advance care planning practice in the context of the dementia and Alzheimer’s field and community
Our moderator: Ken Faulkner, MA, MDiv, Certified First Steps Advance Care Planning Facilitator, Instructor, and Faculty
- Valerie Cotter, DrNP, AGPCNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN – Johns Hopkins University
- Pamela Price, BS, RN – The Balm in Gilead
- Tina Thomas, MSHP, CDP, CADDCT, CMHS – Alzheimer’s Association
- George Worthington, MS – Virginia Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services
- Advance care planning “practitioners” or advocates who are interested in expanding their perspective to include alternate views on advance care planning
- Professionals and advocates in related fields (dementia, mental/behavioral health, disability, and perinatal) who are interested in learning more about advance care planning and resources to support their work
- Anyone else interested in the topic
Registration Cost: Free, and CEUs are available for a $30 fee at the time of the training.
Advance registration is required.
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
1:00pm – 2:30pm EST
Zoom – link provided after registration