Planning for Incapacity:
To help you make informed decisions about medical care, a health care provider must provide information about your medical condition, the risks and benefits of proposed treatment, and alternate forms of treatment. You have the right to choose or refuse medical care any time a significant change in your treatment is proposed. Unless you have specified otherwise, the following people, in the order listed, make the decisions about your treatment if your cannot consent or refuse.
1. A court-appointed guardian with authority to make health care decisions, if any.
2. A person to whom you have given a durable power of attorney with the power to make health care decision, if any.
3. Your spouse.
4. Your adult children.
5. Your parents
6. Adult siblings