Honoring Choices Wisconsin is a statewide initiative led by the Wisconsin Medical Society. As a partner in the Honoring Choices Wisconsin project, GHC-SCW encourages all of our members, particularly those 60 years of age and older, to discuss advance care planning and complete an advance directive.
GHC-SCW has nine Honoring Choices facilitators on staff who are trained and certified to help guide you through the process of having these important conversations and documenting your choices. Facilitators provide an easy to understand document that allows you to clearly state your choices and designate an individual to advocate for you in the event you cannot speak for yourself. Facilitated conversations and advance directive materials are provided to GHC-SCW members free of charge.
Contact your clinic if you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss advance directives. A facilitator will return your call and set up a time that is convenient for you. Appointments take place at your clinic, weekdays, during clinic hours. Honoring Choices facilitated conversations are available to GHC-SCW members at no cost.
By completing an advance directive, that includes a Power of Attorney for Health Care, you are ensuring that someone honors your choices and speaks for you in the event that you are unable to speak for yourself.
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