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Plan helps whānau face an uncertain future

NEWS: 17 Dec 2020, Advance Care Planning

Two months ago, Tahu Hikuroa died of an aggressive brain tumour leaving behind wife Jo and two young sons. As they navigated their way through numerous treatments, they found that doing an advance care plan helped them face tough decisions.

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Further resources to support the kaiāwhina workforce.

Update from the advance care planning programme – August 2020

NEWS: 4 Sep 2020, Advance Care Planning

This update from the advance care planning programme includes information on speakers for the Ō tātou hiranga what matters to us hui, whenua ki te whenua the new ACP guide for whānau, training for ACP and SICG and welcomes a new staff member.

Haere atu ra e Keri

NEWS: 27 Aug 2020, Advance Care Planning

Today we mourn the loss of Keri Kaa, one of the faces of our Kia kōrero | Let's talk advance care planning campaign, who passed away peacefully in Te Puia Springs on 26 August.

Variety in health seminar for Korean community

NEWS: 7 Aug 2020, Partners in Care

A number of health topics were covered in a seminar for members of Auckland’s Korean community run by Hyejung Kim, a member of the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s consumer network.

Advance care planning update

NEWS: 24 Jul 2020, Advance Care Planning

Now more than ever it is important to encourage people to start an advance care plan and think about their future health and wellbeing. Many ACP staff who were seconded to help with the COVID-19 pandemic are coming back into their ACP roles.

Ō tātou hiranga | What matters to us

EVENT: 2 Dec 2020, Advance Care Planning

The Health Quality & Safety Commission is hosting a shared decision-making and advance care planning virtual hui for health care workers and managers.

Plan helps whānau face an uncertain future

NEWS: 21 Apr 2020, Advance Care Planning

Tahu Hikuroa has aggressive brain tumours that means his future is uncertain. But, having an advance care plan has helped Tahu and wife Jo to make some tough decisions and feel more in control about what lies ahead.