Advance Care Directives

At some point in your life, there may come a time when you are unable to make a decision. It could be because:
- of a sudden accident or serious mental health episode
- of dementia or similar condition
- of a sudden serious stroke
- you are unconscious or in a coma.

If this happened how would you want decisions to be made about your health care, living arrangements and other personal matters?

More importantly who would you want making those decisions for you?

An Advance Care Directive makes it easy for others to know what your wishes are when you are unable to make these decisions yourself. It also gives you peace of mind to know that your wishes are known and will be respected, if others need to make decisions for you.

Protect yourself - these are not things you want to leave to chance. You can search at ww.advancecaredirectives.sa.gov.au for more detailed information on Advance Care Directives.

Call Germein Reed to arrange for us to assist with the preparation of an Advance Care Directive to protect your best interests.

Team members who provide these services:

Doug Reed
Cassandra Wiech
Liesl Brown
Lauren Venning

Advance Care Directive