Reduce the stress of decision-making on your family members when you plan your future care in advance.

What does planning for

your care mean?

You might not like to think about it but there might come a time when you’re too unwell to tell those caring for you – like your family or a doctor – what you do and don’t want to happen. 

Planning for your future care, otherwise known as Advance Care Planning (ACP), is a process that involves reflecting, recording and sharing your care preferences with your loved ones in advance so that they know what to do in the event that you lose the mental capacity to make decisions on your own. Read more

 

ACP & Other Planning Tools

Advance

Medical

Directive

Obliges doctors to 

stop extraordinary 

life-sustaining

treatment. 

Advance

Care Planning

Guides doctors to make treatment decisions in consultation with your Nominated Healthcare Spokesperson (NHS).

Lasting

Power of

Attorney

Donee makes decisions about your financial and personal welfare.

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