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The Conversation Game (tm) 2 Pack
The Conversation Game (tm) 2 Pack


 
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Who can benefit from using the game?

The game offers a great tool to facilitate discussions, getting people to think and talk about positive values and goals for having the best end of life possible.

  • Social workers, health educators and care home staff, or anyone meeting with patients and their loved ones to start conversations about end of life care
  • Hospice workers to stimulate discussions about what the patient may hope for
  • Physicians can use the game with a patient who doesn’t have anyone to act on their behalf, to give them a chance to understand what goals and values are guiding the treatment decisions the patient is making
  • A Patient to help them articulate their priorities and concerns
  • A Mother, daughter, father, sister, brother (healthy or ill) who wants to open the conversation with a partner, parent, family member or friend
  • In health education classes on advance care planning to help patients and their potential advocate compare and discuss priorities that they hold in common, and to discover where their priorities differ
  • Community members in local meetings, at family gatherings and in religious discussion groups
  • Individuals with elderly parents or young adult children to help prepare for their possible role as health care spokesperson


The cards have been field tested in the US and the UK and are licensed for distribution to the Conversations for Life programme by Coda Alliance USA.

For More Information about the cards, how they work, and where they came from, download our full FAQ here.

Note: At this time, we are only able to offer flat rate shipping: 2.00GBP for the UK, and 20.00GBP for shipping to the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan.


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