Advance Directive Resources
Go Wish Game
Go Wish is a card game that can be played with one to four people, offering a simple way for players to better understand their healthcare and end-of-life priorities and help guide decisions made in an advance directive.
Conversation Project Starter Kit
The Conversation Project starter kit can be downloaded and completed on your computer, and offers prompts to help you think about what’s important to you at end of life, who you want to convey that information to and how you’ll do it.
Conversation Project Physician Discussion Kit
The Conversation Project also created a kit to help you have a conversation with your doctor. This kit highlights important topics to discuss with your physician when reviewing your end-of-life wishes.
Consumer’s Toolkit for Health Care Advance Planning
The American Bar Association created this toolkit, which provides several worksheets and suggestions to help you sort through the advance care planning process much easier.
MyDirectives Mobile App
This free app, available exclusively on the Apple App Store, asks users a series of questions to obtain advance directive information, stores that information securely on a web-based cloud and allows users to grant access to medical providers to retrieve in emergency situations.
My Health Care Wishes App
This app is $3.99 to download and is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play. It stores scanned PDFs of your completed written advance directives directly on your mobile device and allows users to e-mail, text, fax or Dropbox stored documents to others.
State-Specific Advance Directives
Provided by CaringInfo, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization