Anticipatory Care Planning in different contexts
Anticipatory Care Planning (ACP) is a helpful approach in a wide range of contexts. It is commonly considered in conjunction with end of life care. However it can be used in a whole range of settings throughout someone’s life. The ihub has started to explore how ACP can be applied in these different contexts using some of the following engagement and learning opportunities.
If there is an area that you think we should be considering, don't hesitate to get in contact and let us know.
Find out more about the varied applications of ACP
- Anticipatory Care Planning in the Context of COVID-19
Find tools and guidance specifically for supporting individuals with ACP in the context of COVID-19, including the Essential ACP.
- Anticipatory Care Planning and Neurological Conditions
Find out more about how ACP has been used to help those with neurological conditions manage their health and care.
- Anticipatory Care Planning in Care Homes
Find out how ACP can be used in care homes to enhance care for residents, and support families and health and care professionals.