Advance Care Planning Resources for Employees

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Need help on advance care planning or a living will for you or a family member?

Your employer made these resources available to you and your family at no cost.

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Advance Care Planning Materials

The Center’s Caring Conversations materials guide you through the advance care planning process. This process can be called the living will process or end-of-life wishes. Our materials, including the forms, explain what to consider and how to talk with your agent, loved ones and providers about what’s most important to you. You need to have confidence that your wishes are made known and understood by others, so you can trust that your values and preferences will be honored.

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Advance Care Planning Training

The Center offers interactive advance care planning workshops in the Fall and Spring. Please visit our Events page to register you and your family members for these free workshops. If you would like to attend a workshop when one is not offered, please watch our workshop recording.

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Online Resource Library

The Center offers guidance in advance care planning and other bioethics issues in the online resource library where you can find over 100 case studies, recording, and writings under the topic advance care planning.

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Talk with a Bioethicist

The Center has bioethicists who can talk with you or a family member about an advance care planning situation. Please use the contact form below, or call (816) 221-1100 for assistance.

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