Coalition for Compassionate Care of California

Coalition for Compassionate Care of California

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February 6, 2020
8:30am – 6:30pm
Studio Buckman
820 N. Hollywood Way,
Burbank, Ca 91505
ONLY 75 TICKETS!
The Grief Dialogues presents the Live Well Die Well Tour Los Angeles on February 6, 2020 at Studio Buckman in Burbank. This rare event connects art, loss, grief, healing, movement, theatre, and how we all ultimately embrace life…and death.
From the awarding winning film, The Elephant In the Room, to the award winning play, Grief Dialogues, to New York Best Selling Author, Hope Edelman, we offer inspiring individuals and organizations collaborating to radically change how communities face end of life, and how we live boldly until our last breath.
The entire day is interactive, Q&A sessions, panel discussions, and performances, and allows for extensive networking.
If you are a community member, hospice employee, working or volunteering in the end of life field, a death doula, this event is designed for you. Learn about the resources located in your community
We have chosen to limit seats in order to create an atmosphere for connection between the audience and presenters. Cost: $100.00.
https://www.facebook.com/events/2602876903279396/
We are cordially inviting you to The 4th Annual Conference on Integrative Medicine and Mental Health. This year's theme will be "The Healing Power of Spirit - Overcoming the Fear of Death & Dying." The conference will be held March 9-10, 2019 at Semel Auditorium (C8-183) from 8:00am - 5:00pm on both, Saturday and Sunday. Being co-sponsored by the UCLA CME, participants may be able to receive 14.75 CME credits for attending this program. Additionally, current students of the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine are able to attend for free with required registration. More information on registration, cost, speaker lineup, and order of events can be found at



https://www.cme.ucla.edu/courses/event-description?registration_id=286564.





We will be presenting an Evening with Himalayan Master Yuan Miao & the Phoenix Rising band. This event is to take place on March 9, 2019 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm at Schoenberg Music Hall. While this concert is separate from registration for the conference, it is open to students and the general public. To RSVP for the concert portion, please fill out the registration page at https://www.semel.ucla.edu/integrativementalhealth/concert-registration.
Hope this is of use. God bless us all.
Fantastic Conference~ Great Speakers! Excellent networking of like minded professionals!
As a hospitalist/palliative care physician, I am being pressured to move our hospital's Observed/Expected ratio. Is anyone aware of legislative action being taken to re-define what "Expected" means under CMS rules?
There is so much awareness raising that needs to be done in order to make death and dying a conscious and common topic and issue while we’re alive and healthy and thriving. Let’s shift the paradigm around death and dying and prepare ourselves to die well! I invite you to take a look at my book, Choosing to Die. I share the personal story of how my husband, Alan, chose to voluntarily stop eating and drinking so he didn’t have to live into the late stages of Alzheimer’s. He prepared for this event with his mind, body, and spirit. He had a Celebration of Life while he was still alive. He had time to say good by to many friends and members of his family. I was his advocate and made it possible for him to exercise this choice. He had a good death, a conscious death, and avoided having to live in a dementia facility. I have missed him and his love resides inside of me. He died almost 4 1/2 years ago. He said he wanted everyone “to know about VSED.”

CCCC promotes high-quality, compassionate care for everyone who is seriously ill or nearing the end Since 1998, CCCC has played a unique and vital role in improving care for people with advanced and terminal illness.

We understand that changing the model for end-of-life care involves not only families, but healthcare providers and state policy makers. CCCC is tackling this issue on all three fronts, addressing the diverse needs of patients and loved ones, medical professionals and public policy makers. California has always been an innovator in end-of-life care, and CCCC is building the foundation to make real

Operating as usual

12/20/2021

2022 CAIC Webinar Series

CCCC and the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) are proud to present a 3-part free webinar series on “Community-Based Palliative Care: Lessons on Standardization and Scaling,” beginning January 26, 2022.

In 2016, CCCC and Blue Shield of California convened a group of experts in palliative care, payment, and health care policy to develop the California Consensus Standards for Community-Based Palliative Care. In 2018-2020, four health plans participated in an evaluation of the Standards.

Join us for this fascinating 3-part webinar series where evaluation findings will be shared. All are welcome, and the series is free to attend (but registration is required). Learn more:

2022 CAIC Webinar Series A 3-part webinar series presented by the Coalition for Compassionate Care of California and the California Health Care Foundation.

A reading of the Velveteen Rabbit 12/17/2021

A reading of the Velveteen Rabbit

The Humane Prison Hospice Project believes everyone deserves to be treated with dignity, respect, and care at the end of life. This Sunday, Dec. 19, join members of their leadership team for a live reading of a classic tale, “The Velveteen Rabbit,” presented virtually.

Once the reading is completed, it will be followed by another story about how this came to be an annual tradition for the Brothers' Keepers at San Quentin. Following the reading, Marvin Mutch will speak about first hearing this take on becoming real while incarcerated at San Quentin.

Learn more and register for this free, life-affirming event:

A reading of the Velveteen Rabbit Everyone wants to be seen as real, especially those who are incarcerated. Join us for a beautiful story about a beautiful story.

12/16/2021

CCCC’s Decision Aid on artificial hydration offers clear, easy-to-understand information to help people feel empowered to make health care decisions that are right for them. Like all of our Decision Aids, it is designed to be used by healthcare professionals to help guide goals of care conversations with people facing serious illness and their loved ones. Featuring full-color illustrations, large print, and high-quality paper, it is available in English, Spanish, and Chinese. Learn more and purchase a pack from CCCC’s online store: https://coalitionccc.org/CCCC/Resources/Decision-Aids-for-Healthcare-Providers/CCCC/Resources/Decision-Aids-for-Healthcare-Providers.aspx?hkey=e1004f2b-3e6f-4569-93f4-b9e92ef7ed43

CCCC’s Decision Aid on artificial hydration offers clear, easy-to-understand information to help people feel empowered to make health care decisions that are right for them. Like all of our Decision Aids, it is designed to be used by healthcare professionals to help guide goals of care conversations with people facing serious illness and their loved ones. Featuring full-color illustrations, large print, and high-quality paper, it is available in English, Spanish, and Chinese. Learn more and purchase a pack from CCCC’s online store: https://coalitionccc.org/CCCC/Resources/Decision-Aids-for-Healthcare-Providers/CCCC/Resources/Decision-Aids-for-Healthcare-Providers.aspx?hkey=e1004f2b-3e6f-4569-93f4-b9e92ef7ed43

How to Deal With Ageism From Doctors and Nurses 12/15/2021

How to Deal With Ageism From Doctors and Nurses

What is it like to be discriminated against the people we need to trust the most for our health? Read these first-hand accounts of ageism that people have experienced from healthcare providers, and learn more about what you can do to combat it for yourself or those you love.

How to Deal With Ageism From Doctors and Nurses Advice for you or your parents to get the best medical care

12/14/2021

An important piece on why advance care planning is so important:

“Discussing advance care planning with palliative care specialists—whether they are my friends or my own doctors and care team—helps me tremendously in coming to terms with my illness and making the most of the time I have left. These discussions help me focus more on joy and gratitude and a little less on grief and fear.”

Read "Three Stories About the Value of Advance Care Planning": https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2786826

An important piece on why advance care planning is so important:

“Discussing advance care planning with palliative care specialists—whether they are my friends or my own doctors and care team—helps me tremendously in coming to terms with my illness and making the most of the time I have left. These discussions help me focus more on joy and gratitude and a little less on grief and fear.”

Read "Three Stories About the Value of Advance Care Planning": https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2786826

'We Weren’t Expected to Live This Long' 12/13/2021

'We Weren’t Expected to Live This Long'

“The biggest thing I would say that changed from then to now was the fact that we're still here. Before that it would be like, 'Oh, I have this length of time.' I was given five years, so I was literally counting, 'I've got three more years to go. I got four more. I've got two. This is my last year.' Now it's like: I'm here. I'm still here.”

Hear the voices of older adults living with HIV/AIDS about their experiences, and how the conversation about AIDS has – or hasn’t – changed over the last several decades.

'We Weren’t Expected to Live This Long' Long-term survivors of HIV/AIDS reflect on what they've witnessed and endured

12/10/2021

“It is one of the best tools I have ever seen.”

-- Florida-based Dr. Sara Hamm, a Chief Clinical and Public Health Officer, on why she uses our CPR Decision Aid for trainings she conducts

Thank you, Dr. Hamm! That was our goal. 👍

Learn more, download a sample, or purchase packs of 25 in our new Online Store.
https://coalitionccc.org/CCCC/Resources/Decision-Aids-for-Healthcare-Providers/CCCC/Resources/Decision-Aids-for-Healthcare-Providers.aspx

“It is one of the best tools I have ever seen.”

-- Florida-based Dr. Sara Hamm, a Chief Clinical and Public Health Officer, on why she uses our CPR Decision Aid for trainings she conducts

Thank you, Dr. Hamm! That was our goal. 👍

Learn more, download a sample, or purchase packs of 25 in our new Online Store.
https://coalitionccc.org/CCCC/Resources/Decision-Aids-for-Healthcare-Providers/CCCC/Resources/Decision-Aids-for-Healthcare-Providers.aspx

12/09/2021

Dec. 10 deadline approaching! Got a great idea or wonderful presentation on cutting-edge ideas in serious illness care? Submit your proposal to be one of the concurrent sessions for CCCC’s 2022 Annual Palliative Care Summit, taking place in person in San Francisco May 4 & 5, 2022. Proposals are due Friday, Dec. 10. Learn more about the application process and submit your proposal here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScGOUDTFK67CATCW1Tdv3cpUvJzhCYBo0f0To83SaQeazJufg/viewform

Dec. 10 deadline approaching! Got a great idea or wonderful presentation on cutting-edge ideas in serious illness care? Submit your proposal to be one of the concurrent sessions for CCCC’s 2022 Annual Palliative Care Summit, taking place in person in San Francisco May 4 & 5, 2022. Proposals are due Friday, Dec. 10. Learn more about the application process and submit your proposal here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScGOUDTFK67CATCW1Tdv3cpUvJzhCYBo0f0To83SaQeazJufg/viewform

12/07/2021

Are you an LGBTQ+ person with a serious illness?

Or, are you a spouse, partner, widow, or caregiver of an LGBTQ+ person with a serious illness?

If so, Project Respect wants to hear from you! They are conducting a study to hear how LGBTQ+ persons and their spouses/partners are treated while receiving care for a serious illness. Their goal is to plan training for doctors, nurses, social workers, and clergy that will reduce discrimination and increase respect for our community.

You can help by taking their brief survey, which can be taken anonymously: yu.edu/ProjectRespect

A project of the Yeshiva University Wurzweiler School of Social Work.

Are you an LGBTQ+ person with a serious illness?

Or, are you a spouse, partner, widow, or caregiver of an LGBTQ+ person with a serious illness?

If so, Project Respect wants to hear from you! They are conducting a study to hear how LGBTQ+ persons and their spouses/partners are treated while receiving care for a serious illness. Their goal is to plan training for doctors, nurses, social workers, and clergy that will reduce discrimination and increase respect for our community.

You can help by taking their brief survey, which can be taken anonymously: yu.edu/ProjectRespect

A project of the Yeshiva University Wurzweiler School of Social Work.

12/03/2021

In the midst of all the joy of the season, remember that the holidays can be a particularly difficult time for those who are experiencing grief. Does this include you? If so, you are not alone. Be kind to yourself. These suggestions for managing this difficult time may help. https://ehospice.com/usa_posts/feelings-of-grief-may-be-magnified-during-the-holidays/

In the midst of all the joy of the season, remember that the holidays can be a particularly difficult time for those who are experiencing grief. Does this include you? If so, you are not alone. Be kind to yourself. These suggestions for managing this difficult time may help. https://ehospice.com/usa_posts/feelings-of-grief-may-be-magnified-during-the-holidays/

12/02/2021

Have you visited CCCC’s new online store yet? Enjoy a true e-commerce experience as you peruse our nationally-recognized Decision Aids and other advance care planning educational materials, designed to inform people with serious illness and their loved ones and make goals of care conversations easier for healthcare professionals. Come check it out and let us know what you think! www.coalitionccc.org/store

Have you visited CCCC’s new online store yet? Enjoy a true e-commerce experience as you peruse our nationally-recognized Decision Aids and other advance care planning educational materials, designed to inform people with serious illness and their loved ones and make goals of care conversations easier for healthcare professionals. Come check it out and let us know what you think! www.coalitionccc.org/store

12/01/2021

A big thank you to everyone who offered their generosity and support yesterday on #GivingTuesday! It is of course not too late if you’d like to make a gift to CCCC. Together, we are changing healthcare for the better for people living with serious illness. Thank you! https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

A big thank you to everyone who offered their generosity and support yesterday on #GivingTuesday! It is of course not too late if you’d like to make a gift to CCCC. Together, we are changing healthcare for the better for people living with serious illness. Thank you! https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

12/01/2021

There’s still time to support CCCC on #GivingTuesday! Be part of the movement to support those living with serious illness by helping to ensure more people have access to quality palliative care. Learn about Sharon Hall’s personal experience needing palliative care for her husband here: https://youtu.be/vE6ItNYCsnU
And make a donation to CCCC: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

There’s still time to support CCCC on #GivingTuesday! Be part of the movement to support those living with serious illness by helping to ensure more people have access to quality palliative care. Learn about Sharon Hall’s personal experience needing palliative care for her husband here: https://youtu.be/vE6ItNYCsnU
And make a donation to CCCC: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

11/30/2021

On #GivingTuesday, we invite you to learn more about the power of palliative care, something Sharon and Rod Hall know a lot about. After Rod received a diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia, he and his wife Sharon advocated to receive palliative care, and it has made the difference between just living and thriving! Rod was recently featured on the cover of a local community magazine. Read more about his story here: https://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/special/page-g16/page_335343ab-0f4f-559e-99c5-760b8d212a03.html
And make a gift to CCCC today to help more people live well and even thrive in the face of serious illness: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

On #GivingTuesday, we invite you to learn more about the power of palliative care, something Sharon and Rod Hall know a lot about. After Rod received a diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia, he and his wife Sharon advocated to receive palliative care, and it has made the difference between just living and thriving! Rod was recently featured on the cover of a local community magazine. Read more about his story here: https://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/special/page-g16/page_335343ab-0f4f-559e-99c5-760b8d212a03.html
And make a gift to CCCC today to help more people live well and even thrive in the face of serious illness: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

11/30/2021

Dementia activist Sharon Hall on why palliative care matters to her

Today on #GivingTuesday, we invite you to hear from dementia activist Sharon Hall on why receiving palliative care early on was so essential for her and her husband who was diagnosed with young-onset frontotemporal dementia. You can help more people receive the palliative care they need by making a gift to CCCC today!
https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

11/30/2021

It’s #GivingTuesday! After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, GivingTuesday offers people an opportunity to come together to give back to their communities and the world. You can improve the world for people living with serious illness by making a gift to CCCC today. We want to make sure everyone has access to palliative care and advance care planning, so we can all live our best lives while living with serious illness. Give today! https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

It’s #GivingTuesday! After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, GivingTuesday offers people an opportunity to come together to give back to their communities and the world. You can improve the world for people living with serious illness by making a gift to CCCC today. We want to make sure everyone has access to palliative care and advance care planning, so we can all live our best lives while living with serious illness. Give today! https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

11/29/2021

Dementia activist Sharon Hall advocates for palliative care

#GivingTuesday is tomorrow! We invite you to join people all over the world in doing something positive for your community. Dementia activist Sharon Hall wants to make sure everyone has access to palliative care early on after a diagnosis of serious illness. Hear her story in her own words, and help make a difference by giving to CCCC on #GivingTuesday. You can make a donation to CCCC here: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=8FKB2SQSJND9S

11/28/2021

POLST can be confusing to the average person, and it should be filled out together with your doctor. That’s why CCCC created our POLST Consumer Brochure, “Facing Serious Illness: Making Your Wishes Known.” In clear, easy-to-understand language, this high-quality brochure outlines everything an individual needs to know about the POLST, and explains each of the treatment options on the form. Available in English, Spanish, and Chinese, this brochure can be purchased in our online store. Come check it out along with our other world-class educational materials! https://www.coalitionccc.org/store

POLST can be confusing to the average person, and it should be filled out together with your doctor. That’s why CCCC created our POLST Consumer Brochure, “Facing Serious Illness: Making Your Wishes Known.” In clear, easy-to-understand language, this high-quality brochure outlines everything an individual needs to know about the POLST, and explains each of the treatment options on the form. Available in English, Spanish, and Chinese, this brochure can be purchased in our online store. Come check it out along with our other world-class educational materials! https://www.coalitionccc.org/store

11/25/2021

From our hearts to yours, happy Thanksgiving!

We wish you and yours a safe and warm holiday filled with love.

From our hearts to yours, happy Thanksgiving!

We wish you and yours a safe and warm holiday filled with love.

11/24/2021

Join us on Dec. 15 for a special CCCC members-only virtual holiday party! A wonderful opportunity to network with friends old and new, this event will allow attendees to connect for small group discussion and warm conversation with fellow CCCC members. CCCC CEO Judy Thomas, JD, will be on hand to offer conversation starters. Not yet a CCCC member? Join now and receive member benefits through the end of 2022! Learn more: https://coalitionccc.org/membership
Members: Sign up for the holiday party here: https://coalitionccc.org/CCCC/Education-Events/Event_List/CCCC/Education-Events/Events_List.aspx

Join us on Dec. 15 for a special CCCC members-only virtual holiday party! A wonderful opportunity to network with friends old and new, this event will allow attendees to connect for small group discussion and warm conversation with fellow CCCC members. CCCC CEO Judy Thomas, JD, will be on hand to offer conversation starters. Not yet a CCCC member? Join now and receive member benefits through the end of 2022! Learn more: https://coalitionccc.org/membership
Members: Sign up for the holiday party here: https://coalitionccc.org/CCCC/Education-Events/Event_List/CCCC/Education-Events/Events_List.aspx

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