Planning for the future in CALD communities

Office of the Public Advocate logoThe Office of the Public Advocate will conduct a session on Planning for the Future for CALD Communities. Leaflets and documents are available in 17 languages. This session will explore the legal processes you can put in place today to ensure your wishes and rights are upheld for the future. It will be conducted by, and held at, the Office of the Public Advocate next Wednesday, 21 August 2019 at 10am–12pm.


Sometimes in life, we experience challenges that are unexpected, such as, illness or accidents. Planning for the future is something everyone can do to prepare for the unexpected. This session will explore the legal processes you can put in place today to ensure your wishes and rights are upheld for the future. It will be conducted by, and held at, the Office of the Public Advocate next Wednesday, 21 August 2019 at 10am–12pm.

This session will explore the legal processes you can put in place today to ensure your wishes and rights are upheld for the future. Topics include:

  • Powers of attorney – what are they and how do I make one?
  • Medical treatment decision making – who can make medical decisions for me if I can’t?
  • Advance care planning – what does this mean?

The Office of the Public Advocate has planning for the future fact sheets in 17 languages.

This free session is aimed at community workers, leaders and representatives from CALD communities.

Register your attendance online at Eventbrite

Date and Time
Wed., 21 August 2019
10:00 am – 12:00 pm AEST
Location
Office of the Public Advocate
Level 1, 204 Lygon Street
Carlton, Victoria 3053

 

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