Launch of series of multicultural videos

Two Turkish speaking women in a garden setting having a conversation

We have been excited to assist with the development of a series of fantastic new captioned videos featuring Vietnamese, Arabic and Turkish community members talking about their own advance care planning experiences. The videos are funded by COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW PHN – and are a collaboration with Multicultural Communities Council of Illawarra (MCCI) and Beyond Empathy with ACPA’s support.

Share the videos and other language resources with your patients or residents, and help start the conversation.  

Turkish video

Following a cancer diagnosis, Melahat and her daughter Funda overcome the barriers to discussing advance care planning.

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Vietnamese video

Quan and his wife Manh address the cultural taboo of death in their community and encourage others to accept the cycle of life, and talk about their end-of-life preferences with their families or support services.

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Arabic video

Hilda and Leila talk about how Hilda's difficult experiences with her parents have persuaded her to share her treatment preferences with her children.

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Build your understanding of cultural sensitivities with these three new videos and our resources in 18 languages. Look out for an upcoming Multicultural perspectives on advance care planning webinar in October.

See more of MCCI (Multicultural Communities Council of Illawarra) range of resources here.

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