Advance Care Planning for Health Care Decision Making Advance care planning for health care decision making does not happen overnight. It takes thought, emotional readiness and time to sort out the options and ready oneself for this serious undertaking. Sharing your choices through conversation is an important first step. In the long run, the conversations will be the greatest gift to those you love, giving them the confidence to act knowingly on your behalf and the comfort of knowing that your wishes will be honored. Hospice of the Western Reserve urges everyone, regardless of age, to discuss their end-of-life wishes with family members and put them in writing with advance directives. Below are free resources to help you and your family plan for future health care needs.
What to fill out your forms on the computer and then print and sign them? Download these interactive advance directive forms