My Care, My Choices
Prepare for the unexpected and guide your future health care with an Advance Care Plan.
Having a plan in place ensures your loved ones know your care preferences in case of an accident or illness. It can help them make decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so.
Start by having a conversation with loved ones about what is most important to you. This may include:
- discussing your health care and quality of life choices
- choosing and appointing and Enduring Power of Attorney
- completing an Advance Health Directive
- writing down your values, beliefs, and health care preferences.
That way, in the event your family need to make these decisions for you, there is no doubt about the care you would want.
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