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This booklet contains general information about advance directives including frequently asked questions and answers and all of the Connecticut forms for making advance directives. If you prefer to just print the individual forms from the booklet, links to each form are set out below
Use this form if you wish to only make your wishes known when you are unable to do so but not appoint anyone to act on your behalf.
This document contains all of the advance directives-- appointment of health care representative, living will, appointment of conservator and organ donation in one form. You do not have to create all of these directives. The form allows you to choose to not make one of the directives by signing your initials at the top of that section.
Use this form if you wish to only appoint a health care representative to make health care decisions on your behalf when you are unable to do so.