An Advance Care Directive can sometimes be referred to as a living will. It is written by an individual about & for themselves.
An Advance Care Directive is a written document of your preferences for future care. It “is an important way of letting people know your wishes about your healthcare and treatment should you find yourself in a position where you are seriously ill or injured and not able to make decisions”.
Advance Care Directives can also formally appoint a substitute decision-maker and differ between states and territories – some have specific forms you can utilise. You can learn more about the legal differences by state/territory and requirements by clicking here.
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