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To help care providers approach the planning process with confidence and knowledge, a team at the National End of Life Care Programme (NEoLCP) has developed an 'Advance Care Planning: It all ADSE up' toolkit.
"The toolkit provides practical information on resources available to support the Advance Care Planning (ACP) process," explained Claire Henry, National Programme Director of the NEoLCP. " 'It all ADSE up' stands for Ask, Document, Share and Evaluate."
The toolkit enables care providers to empower individuals to discuss and plan the care that they would prefer to receive at the end of their lives, including where they would like to die. It is closely aligned with other NEoLCP materials, including 'Planning for Your Future Care - A Guide' (NEoLCP Feb 2012). The goal is to give care providers the information and guidance they need to be adequately prepared and confident to support the ACP process.
Publication by the National End of Life Programme which became part of NHS Improving Quality in May 2013