End-of-Life Planning in TranslationGet in on what is sure to be a fascinating discussion when Barbara Greene of Honoring Choices Minnesota showcases three new advance care planning videos directed at the Latino, Hmong and Somali communities. The presentation is set for the Tuesday, May 5 meeting of the Metro Refugee Health Task Force, 9-11 AM, at TIES, 1644 Larpenteur Ave W. in Falcon Heights.
Advance care planning is the process of introducing, discussing, and documenting health care choices to guide treatment if you are unable to speak for yourself.
These culturally sensitive videos were created by Latino, Hmong and Somali leaders for healthcare professionals, consumers, family members and caregivers. The goal of the videos is to reduce end-of-life care health disparities within the Latino, Hmong and Somali communities. Each video has subtitles in the respective language and English.
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