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High level understanding of an Advanced Directive is described below
Caring for those who may have to take care of you . . .
Think about it - you've done a lot of life planning and preparation for your future and those you care about. You've worked hard, saved, invested, bought insurance, planned for retirement, and probably already have a Will. But what about planning and sharing your health and medical wishes with your family - do your loved ones know what they are? If not, you may be putting them in the very unwelcome position of having to make critical and life-sustaining treatment decisions on your behalf. The fact is, by law, that's exactly what they will be required to do
As uncomfortable as the subject may be, each one of us is susceptible to life-threatening conditions every day. Even though it's impossible to plan for every incident, having your medical and health care wishes established in a legal document can be very comforting for both you and those who care about you.
What Are They?
Advance Directives are legal documents that are better known as either a Living Will or a Power of Attorney for Health Care. As a competent adult, you have the right to give consent for all your health care decisions. However, if for some reason you are physically unable to give consent for treatments or procedures, these documents will provide direction to your family and the health professionals who care for you.
The advances of modern technology and the human body's ability to sustain itself have created many new liabilities and difficult decisions for health care professionals. That's why it has become increasingly important for you to take a proactive role in the planning of your future medical treatment.
Living Will . . .
In the event of a terminal health condition, this important document will give your health care professionals instructions about the type of medical treatments you wish to have. A Living Will is only acted upon when your physician, along with two others, agree that you will not regain consciousness or an acceptable state of health.
In addition, you have the option to name a trusted relative or friend as a Power of Attorney who, in these circumstances, is authorized to make health care decisions on your behalf.
Providing your family and physicians with an expression of your final health care desires will comfort your loved ones in a situation that will already be difficult and emotional.
Power of Attorney for Health Care . . .
In this document, you will designate someone to make decisions about your medical care in the event that your medical condition leaves you unable to communicate your wishes. The person you name will be authorized to speak for you, not only when you are in a terminal condition, but any time a health condition occurs where it is determined that you are unable to make your own decisions.
You can also include instructions that establish the types of medical treatment you prefer, and under what circumstances you would like these decisions made.