The Importance of Medical Directives for Young Adults
To all parents: once your children turn 18, you, as a parent, no longer have any control over your children's medical care, or even access to their medical records. It's a good idea to have your children execute simple medical directives when they turn 18 to allow you to continue making medical decisions for them and to access their medical records in the event they are in an accident or otherwise need medical care. If they are going away to college, you should consider taking care of this before they leave. Feel free to contact us for help.