How to Register

In order to register, you will need to have an advance directive.  If you don't have one, go to our 
Advance Directive Forms page for instructions and help in preparing your document.

Once you have your document, you can register it by visiting our On-line Store to purchase your registration or to give the gift of peace of mind to your family, friends and loved ones.

By giving registration as a gift, you can give peace of mind to friends, family and loved ones.  Giving registration as a gift can sometimes serve as a gentle and needed "push" for people to think about their wishes, and complete an advance directive.  It will give them a reason to start a process that most find all too easy to put off. 
Go to the on-line store to purchase your registration or gift registration.

You will receive an update reminder annually so that your information will always be current.    Health care providers (hospitals, doctors, skilled nursing facilities, nursing facilities, home health agencies, providers of home health care, ambulatory surgery centers, and hospices) will have access to your documents, and your privacy and confidentiality are always maintained. 

For more information on how the Registry works,
visit 
How It Works.

After your document is registered, you will receive notification by mail, along with labels to attach to your driver's license and insurance card stating that you are registered with the U.S. Living Will Registry, and a wallet card listing your Registration number.  Once registered, your documents and emergency contact information will be available to health care providers across the country.  You will also have access to an on-line personal account where you can update your personal information and emergency contact information, fax, email or download your document, and update your document to be sure health care providers know that it still reflects your wishes.  You will have peace of mind knowing that your wishes will be available whenever and wherever they are needed.  Your family will not have to make difficult decisions on your behalf, and by having your wishes available, the problems that can occur when family members disagree about treatment will be avoided. 


 

 

 
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