Advance Care Planning (ACP) is the process in planning for your future health and personal care. Having ACP conversations allows you to:
Share your personal values and beliefs
Explore how your values and beliefs affect your healthcare preferences in difficult medical situations
Think about who among your loved ones can be your voice if you become very ill one day
Why it matters
Share your wishes and values in advance to help your loved ones understand what treatment decisions you prefer in a medical crisis.
If you become unable to speak for yourself one day, your loved ones will have peace of mind when they make healthcare decisions on your behalf.
Who it is for
To encourage public to do an Advance Care Plan, this service will be heavily subsidised and sponsored free of charge for everyone. Advance Care Planning is for everyone, regardless of age or state of health. Though you cannot predict the future, you can prepare for the unexpected by letting your family know what kind of care you would like to receive should you become very ill one day.
How to sign up
Advance Care Planning begins with having an open conversation with your loved ones about your wishes and goals for care.
You can first fill up the pre-discussion survey Advanced Care Planning and our facilitator will follow up with you within 10 working days.