Advanced Directives – sometimes referred to as an advanced health care plan – is a document that you create and give to your health care professional. It outlines what your health care professional should do in the event that you cannot make your own decisions. If you have another person who is listed in a Representation Agreement, you should also give that person a copy of your Advanced Directive.
The directives should include what types of health care treatments you are willing to accept and those which you will not accept. These might include breathing machines or feeding tubes. Your health care directives may also denote whether you wish to be on life support or accept other life-prolonging care.
While it is recommended that you meet and discuss your Advanced Directives with close family or friends, you are not legally required to do so.
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