Vertaistukea tarjolla

Tukea muistisairaan läheiselle:


p. 0800 9 6000

(maksuton, joka päivä klo 17-21)


Keskusteluja muistisairaille ja läheisille verkossa:



Toimintaa ja tukea kaikille



Liity jäseneksi

Advance directive and legal planning

An advance directive is a written or spoken expression of will that specifies the wishes for good care and rehabilitation, commonly emphasizing the wishes for end-of-life care. With the advance directive a person can appoint someone to make certain decisions for themselves in case they no longer can.

The Alzheimer Society of Finland has published an advance directive form which allows you to express your will regarding your personal treatment and care.

This has been an important part of the Society's advocacy work for years now, as it ensures the best possible quality of life for the person with memory illness, based on his/her own wishes and needs.

Society's work for legal planning was introduced in 27th Alzheimer Europe Conference in Berlin, Germany (2017).

More information:

Anna Valkeajoki
juridinen asiantuntija, Arjen asiamies -hanke
puh. 09 6226 2030, 044 727 7404
anna.valkeajoki(at)muistiliitto.fi Arjen asiamies -hankkeen juridinen sisältö ja neuvonta.

Mari Luonsinen
suunnittelija, Arjen asiamies -hanke
puh. 09 6226 2025, 044 376 7433
mari.luonsinen(at)muistiliitto.fi Arjen asiamies -hankkeen toimintojen organisointi, neuvonta.

Page updated 3.10.2017
comments powered by Disqus

Pasilanraitio 9 B
00240 Helsinki, Finland

Telephone +358 9 6226 200 
Email   toimisto(at)muistiliitto.fi

The Alzheimer Society of Finland was established in 1988 to provide help and assistance for people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. The society is a non-profit organisation and it is mainly funded by the Finnish Slot Machine Association.