Life Care Planning
Don’t delay—make your wishes known today! Do you know who would make your health care decisions if you could no longer do so for yourself?
It’s important to explore your values and wishes, decide who should make your health care decisions if you are unable, and fill out an advance health care directive.
Make sure you revisit your advance health care directive as you age, if you marry or divorce, or if your health changes. Visit Life Care Planning to learn more.
Life Care Planning is a process for you to think about two major choices
- Choosing a health care agent–someone you trust to make your health care decisions if you are unable.
- Giving instructions about your medical care in case you are suddenly injured or ill and are unable to make your own decisions.