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Host: National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS)
It’s not uncommon for people with disabilities to confront bias when engaging with healthcare providers and systems. For example, providers might make wrong assumptions about people’s decision-making abilities and their goals for care and treatment. This bias can result in inappropriate care.
In this webinar, four panelists will talk about the benefits and the limitations of advance care planning as a more person-centered approach to care. Advance care planning and health care directives are written instructions that tell people who care about you, others, and providers the type of medical care you want in the event that you’re not able to speak for yourself. Our panelists will cover key concepts in healthcare decision making and advance directives. They’ll talk about how these can come into play with regard to culture, faith and spirituality, advocacy and lived experience, and provision of community-based services.
NCAPPS webinars include ASL interpretation and live-captions in both English and Spanish. If you require any additional accommodations, please contact Saska Rajcevic (email@example.com). Please note that some accommodation requests made less than one week before an event may not be possible.
**Please Note: If you would like to receive a certificate of attendance, we recommend you connect to this webinar using the Zoom desktop app. NCAPPS’s webinars are not officially approved for Continuing Education Units, however we do provide confirmation of attendance in case an organization wishes to use participation in our webinars to grant credit for internal requirements. Connecting via the desktop app will ensure that Zoom recognizes your attendance.**
The National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) assists states agencies, tribes, and territories to advance person-centered thinking and practices to support people with disabilities and older adults with long-term service and support needs. NCAPPS is funded by the Administration for Community Living and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and administered by the Human Services Research Institute (HSRI). All NCAPPS webinars will be recorded and archived at ncapps.acl.gov/webinars.html.