Decide Together

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Decide Together – Your Opinion Matters

Even when you are healthy, it is a good idea to think about what kind of care you would want if you became critically ill. Critical illness threatens a patient’s life so that they are near death. When a critically ill patient is not capable of making decisions, a family member called a substitute decision-maker may be asked to make decisions for them.  Patients and their family members have a right to participate in decisions about the care they receive in hospital.

This guide prepares you to consider care options for yourself or your family member in case of critical illness. It will help you share your views with other family members and the healthcare team.

Make sure you discuss your wishes with your healthcare team. The healthcare team will plan care options based on the decisions you make together. Since your wishes might change as new information becomes available, think of this process as an ongoing conversation between you, your family and your healthcare team.

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