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Incapacity Planning

Are you ready for the unexpected?

Many of us will at some point in our lives be incapable of making health care, personal care, financial or legal decisions. Being prepared allows your beliefs, values and wishes to be represented and respected when you are incapable. Being prepared also reduces the stress on your family and friends who may be called on to make decisions on your behalf. 

 

These presentations and associated handouts address how you can prepare for the possibility of becoming incapable of making health care, personal care, financial or legal decisions. Many options are presented, but the focus of the presentations and associated handouts are on those instruments that will help most people, an enduring power of attorney and the enhanced representation agreement (RA9).  

The initial presentation is

‘Ready for the Unexpected:

Incapacity Planning'.

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The follow-up presentation is 

‘Ready for the Unexpected:

Making an Advance Care Plan'.

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The associated handout is

Ready for the Unexpected:

Why you should have an Advance Care Plan’.

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The associated handout is

Ready for the Unexpected: 

Making Your Advance Care Plan’.

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Contact lovecrn1@gmail.com for the original PowerPoint presentations with speakers notes. 

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