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Whether it’s a baby on the way or your retirement plans, a family vacation, or your child’s college fund, having confidence in whatever life brings you is often a matter of simple, timely and thoughtful preparation. Your approach to your own medical needs should be no different.

Your planning comes down to three easy steps:

  1. Understand what, and when, certain medical decisions might need to be made
  2. Consider these decisions ahead of time in light of your health goals, values, and preferences
  3. Communicate with the people you love and trust about the things that matter most to you

The Conversation Starts Here

Advance care planning is not about your age or overall health. It’s about being ready for whatever comes your way—and it all starts with a conversation. By taking that first step, you’ll be taking control of what matters most: Your life. Your wishes.

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Your Plan

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Life is unpredictable. Don’t get caught unprepared. Regardless of your age, it’s important to have this conversation now in preparation for whatever situations may arise.

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Your Inspiration

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It’s easy to put everyone else’s needs before your own, especially when you have a family. Learn more about how these community members handled similar situations.

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Your Resources

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We understand this matter may leave you with difficult and important questions. We’re here to help.

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