What's Your Plan?
Have a say in your end-of-life care!
For Individuals & Families
Who would make your medical decisions if you were unable to speak for yourself? The Larimer Advance Care Planning Team can guide any person, 18 and older, in creating a plan for future medical care that represents your values and what is important to you - at no cost.
We can guide you in:
Sharing your values and wishes with your loved ones
Selecting a health-care agent and understanding life-sustaining treatments
Putting your plan in writing and sharing it with your family and medical providers
Choosing treatment options you would want or not want should you be diagnosed with a life-limiting illness
Time to update your advance care directives?
We offer complimentary services to aid in reviewing and updating your preferences, notarizing your documents and distributing your advance care plan to local health agencies so they are available when they are needed.
For Medical Providers
The Larimer Advance Care Planning Team can provide complimentary services to help you take your advance care planning practices to the next level to better serve your patients.
We can help to streamline your operations and maximize staff resources by offering the time and the one-on-one support your patients need in completing their advance care directives.
Our team can:
Provide assistance in developing best practice systems and procedures within your organization to enhance and foster a culture of advance care planning
Provide customized trainings and educational seminars to grow your team's knowledge in order to move patients toward completing advance care directives
We offer regular appointment times at the Fort Collins Senior Center on the second Tuesday of every month from 9am-12pm!
Call FCSC at 970.221.6644 to reserve your appointment.
Regular appointment times are also available at the Chilson Senior Center in Loveland on the first Thursday of each month. Call 970.962.2423 to reserve your session.
Provide complimentary one-on-one meetings to guide your patients through the advance care planning process
Want to learn more in a group setting?
See our calendar below for public advance care planning educational events.