Resources for More Information: Advance Care Planning
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The Conversation Project
Dedicated to improving communication about an individual’s wishes for end-of-life care. It offers educational resources and first-person accounts of talking about care at the end of life. Resources are available in multiple languages.
A project aimed at encouraging conversations about end-of-life wishes before a crisis occurs.
Prepare for Your Care
A step-by-step program with video modules to help you think about what medical care you would or would not want when faced with life-threatening illness/accidents.
Canadian-based resource that provides resources and tools for making advanced care directives. Also available in French.
Provides information and state-specific, free, downloadable advance directives.
Aging with Dignity-Five Wishes
Provides the “Five Wishes” living will document which meets legal requirements in 42 states and the District of Columbia and is available in 28 languages. Also provides resources for end-of-life care planning for children and adolescents.
American Bar Association Tool Kit for Health Care Advance Planning
Provides tools for naming a health care agent/proxy and advance directives.