This document follows the format of the Advance Care Directive approved by the government of South Australia to make an Advance Care Directive pursuant to the Advance Care Directives Act 2013 (SA).
An Advance Care Directive can be used to appoint Substitute Decision-Makers to make decisions on behalf of the Person making the Directive, for personal matters.
The Substitute Decision-Makers can make decisions for the Maker at any time that person loses the capacity to make these decisions for themselves.
Please note: To appoint Attorneys as decision-makers for financial matters, use a separate Enduring Power of Attorney (SA).
1️⃣ Use this document to appoint up to 3 Substitute Decision Makers for personal matters.
2️⃣ The Substitute Decision Makers have authority to exercise functions to make decisions for:
3️⃣ The authority of the Substitute Decision Makers can be made subject to conditions and limitations.
4️⃣ Use this document to record the values and wishes of the person making it.
5️⃣ You can use the document to also record legally binding directions by the Person to refuse particular health care.