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Cheryl Cameron's story

The Kia kōrero | Let’s talk advance care planning campaign encourages people to plan for their future health care, with a focus on what matters to them. It features the personal stories of six New Zealanders at different stages of life and wellness.

This is Cheryl's story. 

Cheryl Cameron is a retired documentary filmmaker. Since being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease 11 years ago she has taken up dancing the tango. She now helps run therapeutic tango classes for people with neurological conditions. Her advance care plan focuses on her choices to continue with tests and treatments, or not.

Videos and posters featuring Cheryl's story are subtitled in te reo Māori, Samoan, Simplified Chinese and Tongan, and available to download below.

Printed copies of Cheryl's poster can be ordered here (available in English, te reo Māori, Samoan, Tongan, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese). Please include your name, physical address and how many posters you would like in each language.  

We have also updated Cheryl's English poster for Advance Care Planning Day 2020. You can order hard copies here or download a PDF below.

Cheryl Cameron's story (English subtitles)
Tongan subtitles
Samoan subtitles
Te reo Māori subtitles
Simplified Chinese subtitles