Most people have some form of opinion about how they would like to be treated at the end of their lives, regardless of their identity or background. For LGBT people in particular, your identity might have an impact on the treatment and care you would like to receive.
This factsheet explains what you can do if there is a disagreement over
how someone should be treated or cared for. It includes information about
how treatment and care decisions are made on someone’s behalf if they
are unable to make or communicate a decision, and what steps you can
take if you disagree with the person in charge of their care.
Our new report details findings and recommendations from a pioneering project aimed at engaging the South Asian community in planning ahead for end-of-life care and treatment.
This report reveals that Ambulance Trusts across the UK vary significantly in their policies and practices regarding advance care planning documentation.
Our new report details findings and recommendations from a pioneering project aimed at engaging the Somali community in planning ahead for end-of-life care and treatment.