In this recorded webinar, Dying With Dignity Canada (DWDC) sat down with Susan Desjardins, Board Member, and one of the founding members of the DWDC Ottawa Chapter, for a one-hour webinar on Advance Care Planning.
In this recording, you will learn how to:
- Consider your values, beliefs, and preferences for future health care
- Decide who you would like to speak on your behalf and what want your end of life to be like
- Document your values, beliefs, and preferences for future health care
- Review all documents regularly to make sure they still accurately reflect your wishes
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- Susan Desjardins, Board Member, Dying With Dignity Canada
- Kelsey Goforth, Senior Program Manager, Dying With Dignity Canada
- Nicole Curtis, Program Specialist, Dying With Dignity Canada
- Dying With Dignity Canada's Advance Care Planning Kit
- Healthcare Consent Act Ontario
- Health Care Directive Act Manitoba
- Informed Consent and Determining Capacity to Consent-College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan
- Health Care (Consent) and Care Facility (Admission) Act-B.C
- Personal Directives Act-Nova Scotia
- Advance Health Care Directives Act-New Brunswick
- Consent to Treatment and Health Care Directives Act-PEI
- An Act Respecting Advance Health Care Directives and the Appointment of Substitute Health Care Decision Makers-Newfoundland
- Consent to Care-Quebec
- Care Consent Act-Yukon
- Personal Directives Act-Northwest Territories
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