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It's Time to Start Advance Care Planning Virtual Class

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Sep 26, 2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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An advance directive spells out your wishes for medical care with health care professionals and loved ones – in case you become too ill or injured to express them yourself.

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Did you know, Wisconsin does NOT have a next-of-kin law?  This means that if you are unable to make your own medical decisions due to an accident or illness, that your loved ones are not automatically able to make medical decisions for you—unless you have named them in a document called an advance directive (i.e. Power of Attorney for Health Care). 

Advance care planning is an important discussion for everyone 18 years and older.  An advance care plan (i.e. advance directive) provides information about your medical wishes to your family and health care providers in case illness or injury prevents you from telling them yourself. This planning process helps you clarify what others need to know if you have a serious illness or become unable to make health care decisions for yourself. 

Advance Care Planning group classes are currently being offered virtually, taught by a trained advance care planning facilitator.  During the class, our trained staff will walk you through how to identify your medical goals and preferences, how to choose a health care agent, and review of the advance directive document. Individual Advance Care Planning facilitations may also be completed in person or by phone. Call 262-928-2450 to schedule an individual facilitation.


Laura Armstrong at 262-928-4059 or send an email

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1. Mon, September 26 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Virtual Event

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