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Web Link: Anticipatory care-planning ahead

This link will take you to Healthcare Improvement Scotland's webpages on "anticipatory care". Anticipatory Care Planning is a "thinking ahead" approach in which healthcare professionals work together with patients and their families (or carers) to make sure that care is coordinated. It can be really helpful for people who have complicated care needs. You can print off a booklet from the website, or download a free app. There are some short videos of...

Document: Power of Attorney: the legal process

This is a short booklet from the Office of the Public Guardian (Scotland). It provides detailed information on what a Power of Attorney is and does, and the legal processes involved.

Document: Power of Attorney: what it means

What is a Power of Attorney? It is a written document giving someone else authority to take actions or make decisions on behalf of those who are unable to do so for themselves. This applies to Intensive Care patients when they are too ill, sedated, confused or unconscious. Why might I need one? You might need to make medical, legal or financial decisions on behalf of your family member or friend while they are too unwell to make their own decisions. We have provided...