CACCC
Facing the End of Life with Dignity and Respect

TWO CACCC HEALTH PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS COMING SOON!

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DUARTE (CITY OF HOPE) WORKSHOP
BEGINNING THE CONVERSATION WITH CHINESE AMERICANS

THURSDAY
DECEMBER 4
12 - 3:30
Where?
BRAWERMAN - BB07
City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Duarte, CA 91010

To register:
www.eventbrite.com/e/beginning-the-conversation-with-chinese-americans-tickets-13901318217

EVENT IS FREE
FREE PARKING
LUNCH INCLUDED

  • CACCC’s Heart to Heart cards
  • The Heart to Heart Café
  • The role of Heart to Heart Café Facilitator Training
  • Advance Care Planning for Chinese Americans
  • Panel Discussion: Real Life Experiences in EOL

MOUNTAIN VIEW WORKSHOP
BEGINNING THE CONVERSATION WITH CHINESE AMERICANS

FRIDAY WORKSHOP
DECEMBER 12
1:30 - 3:30
Where?
El Camino Hospital
Park Pavilion
2400 Grant Road
Mt View, CA 94040

To reserve your seat
Email:
admin@caccc-usa.org
or call
866-661-5687
by Monday December 8
Event is sponsored by a
2014 PAMF grant
Tea & snacks provided

  • Facing end of life: Cultural Differences
  • Advance Care Planning for Chinese Americans
  • How to use Heart to Heart cards?
  • Learn about the Heart to Heart Café
  • Panel Discussion: Real Life Experiences in EOL

TWO COMMUNITY EVENTS

PLANNING FOR YOUR FUTURE:
ADVANCE CARE PLANNING WORKSHOP
(In Mandarin with simultaneous English interpretation provided)

TUESDAY
DECEMBER 9
1:00 - 3:00

Where?
Cupertino Senior Center
21251 Stevens Creek Blvd
Cupertino, CA 94014

To reserve your seat, go to:
hospicevalley.org/planning
Questions?
Contact Jeanne Wun (408) 559-5600 x5423
jwun@hospicevalley.org
EVENT IS FREE, BUT SPACE IS LIMITED!

  • A workshop for the Chinese American community
  • Emphasis on Advance Care Planning for Chinese Americans
  • How to start the conversation with love ones
  • How to select your health care agent
  • Completing an Advance Health Care Directive
ENGLISH WORKSHOP
DECEMBER 16
1:00 - 3:00
Cupertino Senior Center

BEGINNING THE CONVERSATION WITH CHINESE AMERICANS:
A COMMUNITY PRESENTATION IN CHINESE
(In Mandarin with simultaneous English interpretation provided)

SATURDAY
DECEMBER 20
1:00 - 4:00

Where?
Quinlan Community Center
10185 N. Stelling Road
Cupertino, CA 94014

To reserve your seat
Email:
admin@caccc-usa.org
or call
866-661-5687
by Friday December 15
EVENT IS FREE, BUT SPACE IS LIMITED!
Tea & snacks provided

  • Facing end of life: Cultural Differences
  • Advance Care Planning for Chinese Americans
  • How to use Heart to Heart cards?
  • Learn about the Heart to Heart Café
  • Panel Discussion: Real Life Experiences in EOL

CACCC‭ ‬宗旨
為在美華人提供一個能夠有尊嚴、
被尊重及有意義的面對生命末期的社區。

CACCC Vision

A community in which Chinese Americans are able to face the end of life with dignity, respect and meaning.

CACCC‭ ‬使命

鼓勵華人開放地探討及面對生命末期的議題;‭ ‬視生命末期為社區生活的一部份;強調在有尊嚴、被尊重下過世的重要性;

加強華人對生命末期療護決定的了解及參與;

經由合乎文化背景的方式,加強華人社區的參與;

教育華人社區及專業人員,提昇在緩和療護及疼痛控制的服務;

鼓勵服務團體的合作參與,分享專家意見及資訊,使個人及家庭能得到最佳身心靈整體的生命末期療護服務。

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CACCC End of Life Book Now Available:
Learning to Let Go:
Saying Goodbye Peacefully

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CACCC Mission

Encourage open dialogue about end-of-life issues so that they are viewed as a natural part of community life, giving attention to the importance of insuring that people die with dignity and respect;

Enhance consumer understanding of and participation in end-of-life decision making;

Engage the Chinese-American community in end-of-life issues through culturally sensitive initiatives;

Advance interdisciplinary palliative care and pain management initiatives by providing education and training for members of the Chinese-American community and the professionals who serve it;

Encourage provider partnerships in which expertise and resources are shared, so that individuals and families receive exceptional end-of-life care and services that address physical, psychosocial, emotional and spiritual needs.

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