Our Partners

Our Partners

Reach and Teach, http://www.reachandteach.com/ Reach and Teach is focused on Gender Equality, Sustainable Living, and Peacemaking. They offer books, toys, teacher resources, and fair trade gifts for all ages. Reach and Teach provides online support for the Go Wish game developed in partnership with Coda Alliance, to play the game for free at gowish.org.
Therapy In Your Home- OT, PT, ST, http://therapyinyourhome.net/ Therapy In Your Home – OT, PT, ST provides rehabilitation services, filling a unique niche of Outpatient Therapy In Your Home, covered by Medicare Part B, insurance and Private pay. Each therapist is handpicked to meet each client’s needs which range from Pediatric to Geriatric, including mental health OTs; and including agencies that might not otherwise employ their own therapists for home visits, such as Hospices.
Coalition for Compassionate Care of California, http://coalitionccc.org CCCC is an interdisciplinary partnership of thought-leaders from healthcare systems and organizations, government agencies, consumer organizations, and the general public. Through advocacy, education, and resource development, working to ensure organizations and communities have the information, resources, and tools to expand palliative care across the continuum of care.
Archstone Foundation, http://archstone.org Archstone Foundation is a private grant making organization whose mission is to contribute toward the preparation of society in meeting the needs of an aging population. The first release of the Go Wish cards was funded by the Archstone Foundation.
Supportive Care Services (SCS)—Vietnamese translation, http://scscenter.org Supportive Care Services supports families of the medically underserved with culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate health education and assists community members with dignified discussions on advance care planning and life affirming goals of care. SCS partnered with Coda Alliance to create the Vietnamese version of the Go Wish cards.
Institute of Advance Care PlanningJapanese translation, http://www.i-acp.org The Institute of Advance Care Planning is an organization to promote Advance Care Planning and its preparation activity called "MOSHIBANA," facilitating community workshops, developing resources and supporting research. Our objectives are to provide the participants with opportunities to enrich their values of life and death, lift stress from the entire community, and encourage the emergence of new ties and bonds inside and outside of that community beyond generations and businesses. The Institute of Advance Care Planning (iACP), Chiba, Japan, partnered with Coda Alliance to create the Japanese version of the Go Wish cards called the “Moshibana Game”.
The Heath Trust, http://healthtrust.org The Health Trust work includes direct services, grant making and policy advocacy. It is organized under three initiatives: Healthy Eating, Healthy Aging and Healthy Living. Their work also includes Destination Home, a public-private partnership galvanizing the community to end homelessness in Santa Clara County.
Change Helpers Karen Storey is the founder of Change Helpers. She provides training, coaching and consulting work focused on assisting individuals and organizations through major change and transitions.
Chinese American Coalition for Compassionate Care (CACCC) —Chinese translation, http://www.caccc-usa.org/page157/index.htmChinese Promotes philanthropy in the Chinese American community and serves as an intermediary between donors and community organizations. CACCC has served as a resource for both donors and organizations and has partnered with Coda Alliance to develop the Chinese version of the Go Wish cards called Heart to Heart.
Conversations for Life—British English translation, http://www.conversationsforlife.co.uk/ Conversations for Life offers tools and inspiration for families, professionals and communities to start talking about end of life care. The Conversation Game was developed with agreement between Coda Alliance and the Conversations for Life Program for the UK version of the Go Wish cards.
Dawn M. Gross, MD, PhD www.DrAsYouWish.com Dr. Gross is a hospice and palliative medicine physician at UCSF and host of KALW 91.7 FM radio "Dying To Talk”[http://www.drasyouwish.com/dyingtotalkradio/], aims to transform the taboo of death by inspiring each of us to stay in a constant state of discovery about what is uniquely essential to us, to talk about it with the people we love, and to relentlessly pursue a healthcare system that is equally interested and curious to discover what these things are—to ensure that care that matters is the only thing delivered.
DöBra--Swedish Translation, http://www.döbra.se/ The DöBra Program aims to diminish avoidable suffering related to dying, death and bereavement, and investigate innovative means of integrating stringent research with sustainable change processes. Using a public health perspective, empower individuals, families and staff in dealing with End of Life care issues. The DöBra Program at Karolinska Institute partnered with Coda Alliance to create the Swedish version of the Go Wish cards. Email dobra@ki.se for more information.