Advance Care Planning is a process by which you reflect upon and document your personal values and preferences, to be used as a guide to your future health care in the event that you become unable to speak for yourself. An advance care plan normally results in two completed documents:
1. An advance care directive.
2. An appointment of enduring guardianship.
DWD NSW has created a Guide to advance care planning in NSW. All new members automatically receive a posted set (containing the Guide, a blank advance care directive form and an appointment of enduring guardianship form).
If you have access to a printer, you can download the three documents and for free – see the section WHERE DO I GET THE FORMS I NEED? on our Advance care planning page
We would love to be able to provide free printed forms to everyone in NSW, but we need to cover our printing and postage costs. If you do not have access to a printer and would like to purchase a set of the three advance care planning documents simply click the button below.