Here’s the conclusion to our blog series Five Main Types of Advance Medical Directives: An Overview.
These directives can be included in living wills, stand-alone documents or even on drivers’ licenses. With these declarations as advance medical directives, people can:
While we have highlighted the various types of advance medical directives available in Colorado, here is what else people should generally be aware of when it comes to these directives:
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