Healthcare Directives From The Heart | Anne Elizabeth Denny

Gain the confidence that your future healthcare wishes will be honored.

Learn how to write a truly meaningful healthcare directive.

You Can Spare Your Family from Unnecessary Pain

Have you ever wondered what medical decisions would be made on your behalf if you were unable to speak for yourself? You might be thinking—or maybe just hoping —your family would know what to do.

But you see…most families don’t agree on treatment decisions for a loved one, especially during the stress of a medical crisis. That’s why writing a meaningful healthcare directive matters to you and to those you love.

If you’re like most adults, you haven’t started your directive yet. That’s probably because you’ve never been taught how to talk about end-of-life decisions. It’s not natural and doesn’t come easy for most people. You’re not alone. That’s why I’ve written a straightforward book that will equip you to communicate your wishes with clarity.


My Voice, My Choice: A Practical Guide to Writing a Meaningful Healthcare Directive offers an easy-to-understand approach to preparing for future healthcare decisions. This book provides a blueprint to communicate your future wishes in 5 simple steps.


1. Clearly communicate your medical treatment preferences.


2. Choose your decision-makers (healthcare agents) wisely.


3. Express your needs for emotional, physical and spiritual care.


4. Share your treatment preferences and care needs with those who need to know.

DocumentComputer-015. Make sure your documents are secure yet accessible when needed.

Protect your family’s future peace.


Don’t leave your loved ones to guess or argue over treatment choices on your behalf in the future. You might not realize that checking a box on a boilerplate form won’t be enough. Preparing your family for the possibility of future decisions is a loving gift to those you treasure most. You can protect your family’s future peace.

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May I Introduce Myself?

My name is Anne Elizabeth Denny. I wrote My Voice, My Choice because I’ve experienced the uncertainty you might be feeling. You see… my mother lived with Alzheimer’s for twenty years. We’d never had “the conversation.” And then, she couldn’t talk at all. Our family’s experience was my wake-up call.

My life experience has inspired my passion. As a speaker, author and coach, my mission is to inspire, educate and equip people—people like you—to prepare for future care decisions.

 Peace of mind
for you
and for
those you love.