“Let’s Talk About ACP” Program
Dr. Gloria Thomas Anderson
Advance Care Planning Expert and Author
I am excited to share my African-American ACP Training Program with you! This has been a tremendous labor of love and commitment for the past several years and I am grateful to do this important work.
I am also thankful for everyone who has helped me with this vision to provide a culturally sensitive and affordable process to help African American faith leaders educate and empower their congregants on advance care planning and end-of-life care.
The WHAT…The Let’s Talk About ACP Program is a culturally relevant in-house training workshop that provides advance care planning education within African American churches and communities. The Program is an extension of The African American Spiritual and Ethical Guide to End of Life Care booklet that has successfully helped tens of thousands to learn more about preparing for life after now in a culturally responsive way.
The WHO…The Let’s Talk About ACP Program is designed to equip African American pastors, faith leaders, chaplains, and ministers to educate and empower their congregants in healthcare decision-making related to advance care planning and end of life care options.
The WHY…The Let’s Talk About ACP Program provides a culturally sensitive approach to advance care planning education to include the historical, cultural, spiritual, and generational values that honor many African American traditions.
The WHERE…The Let’s Talk About ACP Program is an outreach effort that serves African American communities nationwide.
The HOW…The Let’s Talk About ACP Program is an affordable stand-alone or complementary toolkit that supports in-house facilitation of ACP educational workshops for continuous, ongoing training that helps congregants © P.L.A.N. (Prepare for Life After Now).
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Heart Tones’ mission is to educate, equip and empower individuals, families and caregivers with resources and knowledge to help make informed decisions in healthcare and end-of-life planning through culturally responsive approaches.