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You may ask yourself:
Everyone 18 and older should have an advance directive because Wisconsin is not a "next of kin" state (meaning family members do not have automatic legal authority to make health care decisions).
Our Advance Care Planning Facilitators will guide you in a thought provoking conversation that will help think about your health care wishes in advance, before you face a medical crisis. They will then help you complete your advance care plan including an advance directive. This service is available at no cost. To schedule an appointment, please contact via email or phone:
Download the pdf below to fill out your advanced care planning information. Once you've correctly completed the form, simply submit the document using the contact information below.
If you already have an advance directive, our team would be happy to look it over and include it in your medical record. You can send it to us via email or fax.
Advance care planning is about the important conversations that occur before you prepare your advance directive legal document. In other words, advance care planning is the process and an advance directive is the result of that process.
Attend a free Advance Care Planning Group Session or Community Event
Family, friends and your medical team will not have an understanding or an appreciation of your individual wishes related to your current and future health care.
More importantly, if you do not participate in any advance care planning, then you may not have had an opportunity to truly consider your own wishes.
Without an advance directive, your wishes regarding health care may not be known.
More importantly, there will likely be no one who will have legal authority to make medical or health care decisions on your behalf without the court or legal system getting involved.
Phone: (715) 221-7132
Advance Care Planning PDF
Fax: (715) 847-3069
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