A Living Will is a document that includes your instructions about what kind of artificial life support you want (or don’t want) if you cannot direct your own health care and are dying or in a coma condition.
A Living Will generally only covers situations in which your situation is so dire that medical professionals have determined that there is no reasonable chance that you will recover. In these situations, important decisions about artificial life support need to be made. Choices about artificial life support are deeply personal: they involve your personal and family values, your religious beliefs, how much invasive tube feeding or hydration you want, and your feelings about dignity at the end of life. In these types of situations, your Living Will communicates your wishes to your doctor, family and loved ones.
In addition to instructions about life support, your Bloomwell Living Will can contain your instructions regarding organ donation, pain medication, the people and experiences you want to have at the end of your life, and any increased visitation rights you may want to grant to loved ones.