Health Care Directive

Who will make medical decisions for you if you cannot communicate?
If you are in an accident, disabled, or seriously ill, you may be unable to communicate with your physician or loved ones regarding your medical care. A Health Care Power of Attorney allows you to appoint a person you trust as your health care agent, who is then authorized to make medical decisions on your behalf upon your incapacity. Your agent is authorized to make all general health care decisions for you when you cannot make your own decisions.  Within your Health Care Power of Attorney document, an Advance Directive will provide specific instructions that "speak" for you in the event of your incapacity to communicate your desires concerning life support measures at the end of your life.  

For obvious reasons, every person over age 18 needs to execute an Advance Directive and Health Care Power.  

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