Conversations about advance care planning and what we want at the end of our life need to happen at many times and in many spaces- not just in your doctor's office or with your immediate family members but also at your place of worship, your worksite, with your neighbors and friends (and others), too.
Below is a toolkit of resources designed for you to share information about advance care planning, to spread awareness of important components, and to connect back with Let's Talk, Fox Valley resources and supports.
RESOURCE: How to Use the Community Toolkit
1. Community Ambassador Resources
3. Fact Sheets
Where to Use
The Toolkit Materials can be used with all adults in Wisconsin. While they were designed with young adults (18-40ish) in mind, they are appropriate for anyone interested in learning about and talking about advance care planning.
Use the toolkit in:
Community settings, like the library and YMCA
Community groups, like your book club and with neighbors
Service clubs, like Rotary and Kiwanis
Faith Communities and Churches
With families and in spaces where multiple age groups gather
Educational settings like in high schools, colleges, or career training programs (in class, in clubs, etc.)
Health care settings, like clinics and wellness centers
Some materials identify specific audiences (such as college students, health care professionals, couples/newlyweds), but can be modified for your needs. Use what works for you and your community. If you'd like to edit a document, just contact us.