Advance Care Planning

Advance Care Planning is process of communication to help you understand, reflect upon, and discuss goals for future healthcare decision based on your values and beliefs. When the process is done well it will produce a written plan (an advanced directive) that accurately represents your preferences and prepares others to make healthcare decisions consistent with your preferences.

The three components of the Advance Care Planning process are 1. Understanding, 2. Reflection, 3. Discussion and form the basis for patient-centered discussions.

  • Understanding the components of the planning process, the benefits of planning and the consequences of not planning.
  • Reflection upon your personal goals, values and beliefs and what impact they have on your decision-making process.
  • Discussion encourages you to communicate with your healthcare agent, other loved ones, healthcare providers, and religious or spiritual advisors among others.

We Are Here To Help

Contact our team to learn more about our programs and service and to see how we can make a difference in each other's lives.

Contact Us