Introduction to Advance Care Planning
Advance Care Planning (ACP) promotes care that is consistent with one’s values and preferences.
If you cannot speak for yourselves one day, who would you want to speak on your behalf? Would that person know what decisions to make?
Advance Care Planning in Singapore
Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a national programme that aims to empower Singaporeans to choose how they would like to be cared for.
Since 2011, AIC has been enabling our partners to make Advance Care Planning accessible for Singaporeans.
- Ministry of Health
- Singapore Hospice Council
- Singapore Health Services
- National Healthcare Group
- National University Health System
- Brahm Centre
- Fei Yue Community Services
- SATA CommHealth
- Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services
Start Your ACP Journey
Find an ACP facilitator using MyLegacy.gov.sg’s Directory here.
Click on the following pages to get more details on Advance Care Planning.
All About ACP
Advance Care Planning (ACP) is the process of planning for future health and personal care. It includes discussing one’s personal beliefs and goals for care with their loved ones and healthcare providers.
Simple Steps For ACP
Advance Care Planning begins with your loved ones having an open conversation with you about their wishes and goals for care.
Other Ways To Plan Ahead
Apart from Advance Care Planning (ACP), there are other tools that can aid you and your loved ones in planning ahead should you lose mental capacity.
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