The goals of advance care planning are to increase the willingness, ability and opportunity to have meaningful conversations about advance care planning, and to increase the number of people who have an advance care plan.

We believe that discussing your wishes for end-of-life care is very important. This is especially true if you have a serious illness or are nearing the end of life. It's important that your family and health care providers know what you want in case you can't speak for yourself. There are many things to think about when making an advance care plan. You need to decide what is most important to you and what you would like your loved ones to do if you can no longer make decisions for yourself. You may want to include your values and beliefs as well as your health care wishes.

Some of the things you may want to think about include:

  • What types of medical treatment do you want or don't want?
  • If you can't speak for yourself, do you want someone else to make decisions for you?
  • Would you want to be comfortable and not in pain, even if it means you may not live as long?
  • Would you want to be resuscitated (brought back to life) if your heart stopped beating?
  • What do you want to do with your body after you die?

Making an advance care plan can be a difficult process, but it is important to make your wishes known. You can talk about your plans with family, friends, or medical professionals. There are also many resources that can help you, including books, websites and courses.

The advance care planning toolkit includes a variety of resources to help you think about and voice your wishes.

Resources include:

A conversation guide to help you have meaningful discussions about advance care planning with your loved ones;

A wish form to express your wishes for end-of-life care and treatment;

A Health Care Power of Attorney form to appoint a proxy to make decisions about your care if you cannot speak for yourself;

Do NotResuscitate Order (DNR) form to allow health care providers to not perform CPR in case of cardiac or respiratory arrest.

If you would like more information about advance care planning, visit our website or call us at (800) 989-9455. We would be happy to talk with you.

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