Why have an Agent?

  • To see that one’s instructions are carried out.
  • To work with care providers at a time when it is very hard for the person to do so.
  • An agent means a more flexible directive, able to adjust to unforeseen options or circumstances.
  • For example, a new medication or a therapy the person did not anticipate in the directive.
Category: General PAD Form FAQs

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