A Legal Lens: What YOU Might Not Know About Choosing Your Substitute Decision Maker

Estate lawyer and litigator Kavina Nagrani and our own local real estate planning expert, Jim Kibble, joined us on Sept. 30, 2021, to discuss their experiences in assisting people in naming their Substitute Decision Maker(s) in a Power of Attorney (POA) for personal care document.

The session was recorded and is available on YouTube.

A Legal Lens Webinar: What YOU Might Not Know About Choosing Your Substitute Decision Maker

What is Advance Care Planning in Ontario?

Advance Care Planning is about deciding who will make health care decisions for you if you are unable to, and having conversations with them about your wishes, values and beliefs to help them understand how you would like to be cared for.

In Ontario Advance Care Planning involves two steps.


You & Your Loved Ones

You and your loved ones can start having Advance Care Planning conversations today.


Health Care Providers

Health care providers have a role in supporting their patients with Advance Care Planning conversations.


Community Professionals

Community professionals have a role in supporting their clients with Advance Care Planning conversations.

Community Presentations

It’s important to discuss your wishes for your own healthcare in the event you are too ill or injured to make those decisions for yourself. But it can be hard to know what questions to ask, and it can also be difficult to understand how Advance Care Planning works in Ontario.

Our Community Presentations can help answer these important questions.

Learn more by watching one of the recent webinars by our team of highly trained ACP Ambassadors, as featured on our YouTube channel.

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