You Can Update Your Advance Health Care Directives

Everyone who chooses to make an advance health care directive (AHCD) can also choose to update or modify those directives whenever they like. Making an advance directive is something anyone can do once they reach the age of 18. As long as you are capable of making decisions, you can decide what kinds of medical care you want to refuse or allow should you fall seriously ill or be seriously injured. It’s also important to realize that you can change your mind about your medical choices whenever you like, assuming you maintain your ability to make decisions. If you change your mind about the types of health care you do or do not wish to receive, you need to make sure you update your advance health care directive as soon as possible. Your Agent Under Your Advance Health Care Directive Form A key part of the advance health care directive form is the provision that allows you to name someone to act as your health care agent. Your agent will have the ability to make medical decisions for


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