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How do I make an Advance Health Directive?

To make an Advance Health Directive you must be at least 18 years of age and have full legal capacity (this means you must be capable of understanding the nature and effect of your Advance Health Directive).

If you meet these criteria, you can make an AHD by completing the prescribed AHD form which is available from the Department of Health's website.

Last updated: 9-Jun-2015

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