- what is important to you and what makes your life good
- where you would like to live and be supported
- what care and treatment you would like to receive, and any care and treatment that you would not like, and
- your affairs, finances and property.
- information services
- services that can help and support you
- getting extra support from the people who matter to you
- treatment and care options
- legal and money matters
- a number of Anticipatory Care Planning documents that have been developed for use across Scotland and are available from your GP practice, and
- the My Anticipatory Care Plan "Let’s think ahead" App that is available for download free of charge from the App Store
Think about talking to
- people who are important to you such as family and friends
- people who are involved in your care such as your GP, nurses, social worker and therapists, and
- people who can help with your affairs such as an advocate, solicitor or voluntary organisation.
What to do with your Anticipatory Care Plan
- take it with you to your GP, nurse, hospital or other appointments, and
- it's a good idea to let people know you have an Anticipatory Care Plan.