Are you looking to put in place an advance care plan for yourself, a parent, or another family member?
Have the conversation today.
We work with individuals, families, and community groups to help you better understand and execute advance directives in a customized yet legally correct manner so that your health care wishes are known and easily understood. This will include a living will and durable power of attorney for healthcare. Identifying your wishes for your health care, and having someone you love and trust designated to make decisions for you in the event that you can’t make them for yourself, will provide you with peace of mind now and in the future.
Advance care planning puts you in control of making decisions for your care.
We will walk you through the process, including:
- Exploring your options for advance care planning
- Ensuring that your directive addresses your wishes and complies with your state’s requirements
- Helping you choose a health care agent
- Guiding you on next steps, including following up with your health care providers
While you can certainly create your own advance care plan for free by searching the Internet and obtaining the correct forms from your state or by working with Aging with Dignity or a similar nonprofit—too many people put off doing so. That’s why we’re here: to guide you, answer your questions, and help you get to the point where you actually have an advance directive that meets your needs. Many of our clients refer to Jane as their "accountability" partner as she holds them accountable for completing their plan and documenting their advance directive.
It’s never too early to put in place an advance directive. If you wait too long, however, it could be too late.
How can we help you with this process? Contact Jane to learn more or get started.