An Advance Directive for Health Care is a document used to communicate your health care decisions if you become unable to express those wishes directly. You must be at least 18 years old and of sound mind to complete an Advance Directive.
Oklahoma‘s Advance Directive form has three parts:
- Living Will
- Appointment of Health Care Proxy
- Anatomical Gifts
All of these documents and additional information on how to complete them can be found at senior-law.org website. Click on "Publications and Forms" to read more. Senior Law Resource Center publications can also be downloaded from senior-law.org.
If you need assistance or more information about advance directives please call 405-848-8884 and ask to speak to an INTEGRIS hospice social worker.