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  1. Over 80% per cent of Australians think it is important to put our end-of-life care treatment preferences into writing, but less than 10% of us have completed an advance care plan.

    Come along to Palliative Care WA’s interactive community workshop to help you to plan ahead and so your family, friends and doctors will know you want  if you could no longer speak for yourself. This workshop is hosted by Amber-Jade Sanderson MLA, Member for Morley.

  2. Over 80% per cent of Australians think it is important to put our end-of-life care treatment preferences into writing, but less than 10% of us have completed an advance care plan.

    Come along to Palliative Care WA’s interactive community workshop to help you to plan ahead and so your family, friends and doctors will know you want  if you could no longer speak for yourself. This workshop is hosted by Steven Price MLA, Member for Forrestfield.

  3. Over 80% per cent of Australians think it is important to put our end-of-life care treatment preferences into writing, but less than 10% of us have completed an advance care plan.

    Come along to Palliative Care WA’s  interactive community workshop to help you to plan ahead and so your family, friends and doctors will know you want  if you could no longer speak for yourself. This workshop is hosted by RAAFA Bull Creek.

  4. The WA Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on End of Life Choices released their report on 23 August and PCWA hosted a special forum on 28 August to discuss the findings and recommendations.  The EOL Report focused on three key areas of care at end of life – advance care planning, palliative care services, and voluntary assisted dying.

    Palliative Care WA is holding a series of three forums to explore the findings in detail and identify sector priorities for presentation to the WA Government. Each forum will explore a different section of the report. 

  5. The WA Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on End of Life Choices released their report on 23 August and PCWA hosted a special forum on 28 August to discuss the findings and recommendations. EOL Report focused on three key areas of care at end of life – advance care planning, palliative care services, and voluntary assisted dying.

    Palliative Care WA is holding a series of three forums to explore the findings and recommendations in detail and identify sector priorities for presentation to the WA Government. The first forum will focus on report’s recommendations 7-16 on palliative care.

  6. Over 80% per cent of Australians think it is important to put our end-of-life care treatment preferences into writing, but less than 10% of us have completed an advance care plan.

    Come along to Palliative Care WA’s interactive community workshop to help you to plan ahead and so your family, friends and doctors will know you want  if you could no longer speak for yourself. This workshop is hosted by City of Fremantle.

  7. Over 80% per cent of Australians think it is important to put our end-of-life care treatment preferences into writing, but less than 10% of us have completed an advance care plan.

    Come along to Palliative Care WA’s interactive community workshop to help you to plan ahead and so your family, friends and doctors will know you want  if you could no longer speak for yourself. This workshop is hosted by Dr Tony Buti MLA, Member for Armadale.

  8. The WA Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on End of Life Choices released their report on 23 August and PCWA hosted a special forum on 28 August to discuss the findings and recommendations. The EOL Report focused on three key areas of care at end of life – advance care planning, palliative care services, and voluntary assisted dying.

    Palliative Care WA is holding a series of three forums to explore the findings and recommendations in detail and identify sector priorities for presentation to the WA Government. This forum will focus on report’s recommendations 1-6 on advance care planning.

  9. More information and registration link to come. For more information please contact our Business Development Officer, Vicki Barry.

  10. Our next quarterly palliative care forum will include the launch of the revised Palliative Caring Booklet. More details to come.  For more information please contact our Business Development Officer, Vicki Barry.

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