An advance directive is a form in which an individual: (1) appoints a person or persons to make health care decisions for the individual if and when the individual loses the capacity to make health care decision (typically called a “health care power of attorney”); and/or (2) provides guidance or instructions for making health care decisions, typically in end-of-life care situations (often called a “living will”). An advance directive is a direction from the patient, not a medical order.
Free will template
POST stands for Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment. A POST form is a designated document designed for use as part of advance care planning (ACP) and consists of a set of medical orders signed by a patient’s physician addressing key medical decisions consistent with patient goals of care concerning treatment at the end of life that is portable and valid across health care settings.
A POST form should be completed by a trained facilitator or qualified health care professional in conversation with the patient. Effective May 24, 2019, the Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment (POST) Act was enacted by adding Chapter 80 to Title 44 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, to enable certain persons to execute a POST form signed by a physician, physician assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse that sets forth the patient’s wishes as to health care where the patient has been diagnosed with a serious illness or, based upon medical diagnosis, may be expected to lose capacity within twelve months.
Living Will—Desire For A Natural Death
South Carolina Cerificate of Death Non-Funeral Home Worksheet
November meeting of the Midlands Group of the South Carolina Sierra Club Monday, November 23, 2020 7:00 – 8:30 PM via Zoom
Chief Michelle Mitchum — Pine Hill Indian Tribe. Executive Director, Pine Hill Indian Community Development Initiative. Director, Pine Hill Health Network. Ambassador, Community Health Worker Institute, Center for Community Health Alliance, UofSC Arnold School of Public Health
Reverend Catherine Nelson — Cat is a spiritual leader. Her Native American outreach ministry is within Keepers of the Word, an inter-tribal, non-denominational organization. Also, she’s a farmer and teacher of sustainable practices.
Please attend, via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/ 88907050301 Meeting ID: 889 0705 0301 One tap mobile 3126266799,,88907050301#
This summer we (Jim, Diego, and I) participated in two anti-nuclear events at Soda City. I shared with that group the news of the Kings Bay Plowshares 7. A cousin of mine, Carmen Trotta, is one of the 7. You can read more about the 7’s action at Kings Bay at the link below. We’d like to start a letter-writing solidarity action so that Carmen and others serving prison time know that they’re not alone. If you’d like to join, let me and Priscilla Preston know.
With deep gratitude- to all who want to join with especially deep gratitude to the Kings Bay Plowshares 7 for their courage to act against nuclear weapons, Debbie Billings
Mutual aid projects are a form of political participation in which people take responsibility for caring for one another and changing political conditions, not just through symbolic acts or putting pressure on their representatives in government, but by actually building new social relations that are more survivable. Most mutual aid projects are volunteer-based, with people jumping in to participate because they want to change what is going on right now. — Big Door Brigade
For five years, Our Children’s Trust has been working with award-winning documentary filmmaker, Christi Cooper, to help tell the remarkable story of the 21 youth plaintiffs’ journey in the trailblazing constitutional climate case, Juliana v. United States…and the film is now complete and ready for release!“YOUTH v GOV” will have its World Premiere online at the prestigious DOC NYC Film Festival on November 11, 2020. We would love to have you virtually join us in this celebratory, hopeful, milestone event. You’re going to LOVE this film!This film festival World Premiere may be your only chance to see this inspiring new film until it is distributed to a wider audience later in 2021 – and tickets are very limited – so buy yours today! Tickets are $12 and can be purchased on the DOC NYC Film Festival site here: www.docnyc.net/film/youth-v-gov/.