This page contains a comprehensive collection of resources focusing on Advance Care Planning [ACP] and Health Care Consent [HCC] that are pertinent to practice of health care providers in Ontario. These resources are generally informed by research studies, externally reviewed by experts and then adopted as a part of a framework to support health care providers in guiding patients through the Advance Care Planning process.
Southeastern Ontario Portal for Advance Care Planning [ACP] & Health Care Consent [HCC]
Southeastern Ontario Portal for Advance Care Planning [ACP]
& Health Care Consent [HCC]
These pages have been developed to feature Advance Care Planning (ACP) and Health Care Consent (HCC) information that is important to Health Care Providers and people living in Ontario.
Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a process which gives someone the opportunity to consider and discuss with family and friends their wishes and desires concerning future personal care options. This can be helpful in guiding their Substitute Decision Maker if they ever become incapable of providing consent for health or personal care decisions themselves. The Health Care Consent Act in Ontario requires Health Care Providers to obtain informed consent in order to give or withdraw treatment and ensures a process by which everyone in Ontario has access to a Substitute Decision Maker.
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