Nobody plans to be unwell, or unable to say what they want.

Be prepared for the unexpected by planning ahead for your treatment and care.


Think about your wishes. It might help to talk to someone, like a loved one or your GP.


Write down what you do and do not want. You can also appoint someone else to decide.


Share your wishes. Let your loved ones, your GP & others involved in your care know about your plans.


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