LEWISTON – “Advance Directives – Making Your Personal Choices Known” will be the subject of a special Central Maine Medical Center presentation set for Thursday, April 7.

Jeff Parsons, an attorney with the Auburn-based law firm of Skelton, Taintor and Abbott, and CMMC social worker Sue Applegate will discuss how individuals can make advance decisions to guide the course of their health care should they become unable to communicate their wishes.

A properly established advance directive tells family members, physicians and other health care providers how an individual’s health care should be managed should that person be incapacitated.

The program will be presented from 6 to 8 p.m. in the CMMC Conference Center at 12 High St. The program is free.

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