This document for families describes the differences among hopes and dreams, family vision statements, and actionable goals, and describes where each fit in the shared plan of care.
This resource for families describes the steps of the Deciding Together process. The second page answers common questions about Deciding Together and prepares families for using the framework with the care team.
This document describes what a SPoC is, why it is important, and how to use it. The two files linked below have the same content with slightly different layouts.
This PDF SPoC document includes a contact sheet and action plan.
This document shows a fictional example of an All About Me sheet, including the child’s likes, dislikes, hopes and dreams, strengths, and goals.
This document is used to record important things to know at the pre-surgical appointment to improve care coordination.
This document allows patients and families to inform the surgical team of important things to know about the child.
Team Alabama’s SPoC document includes a ‘Get to Know Me’ section, medical history, and goal planning sheets.
A comprehensive, functional, living shared plan of care for children with medical complexity.