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​Advance Care Planning

Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a voluntary process of discussion about the type of care the person would prefer, if he or she is to become very sick and unable to make health care decisions in the future. These conversations about future care preferences take place between the individual, his or her family and healthcare providers.

The ACP process guides physicians, patients and their loved ones in making decisions based on the patient's values, beliefs, wishes and personal goals of care. Click here to find out more about ACP.

Home Ventilation and Respiratory Support Service

Established since 2009, the Home Ventilation & Respiratory Support Service (HVRSS) is a multi-disciplinary service that provides home care for Ventilator-Assisted Individuals (VAIs) aged 16 years old and above.

VAIs tend to have neurodegenerative diseases such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or spinal cord injuries (SCI) and require equipment such as life support or non-life support ventilators, cough assist machines and oxygen concentrators.

Read more about HVRSS here.

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