Corporate Donors

Corporate Donors

The companies and corporations listed here are the ones who have chosen to generously support the Foundation for Life Care Planning Research by corporate-level donations. Their generosity and continued support for the Foundation is gratefully acknowledged.

Corporate and Law firm Donors:

Benefactor’s Council: Honors those whose cumulative level of giving exceeds $50,000.00

  1. Kaplan University

Founder’s Circle: Life –Time Honorary Society of benefactors who make gifts of $5,000.00 or more per year for a 5 year total of $25,000.00

Sustaining Patrons: Honors those donors whose gifts in any combination over a 3-5 period total $15,000.00. Membership may be continued beyond the initial 5 year commitment by annual gifts of $2,000.00.

Society of Fellows: Honors those whose generosity totals $10,000.00 or more

  1. Hill & Ponton

Venerable Donors: Have committed to give at least $5,000.00

  1. The Law Office of Allen & Murphy

Challenge Grant Program

  1. Communicare-2007 Lead Challenger to the Challenge Grant Program
  2. Learning Services

Donors: Any donation


Resource Links

Reliability and Validity for Life Care Planners - Why are we, as clinical practitioners, interested in research aimed at validating the process of life care planning?

Reading and Interpreting Life Care Planning Literature - The professional should be prepared to critically evaluate a study reported in the literature and apply that new knowledge to their professional practice and future investigative endeavors.

Ethics in Research - As practitioners and researchers, we have a responsibility to protect the research subject from potential harms . . .

Introduction to Evidence-based Practice - The practice of evidence-based medicine means integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research.

Locating Practice Guidelines - When seeking clinical practice guidelines specific to the patient with whom you are working, you may begin your search in the following ways:

Sources of Research Information - There are numerous resources available to life care planners, but professionas need to know where information exists . . .