PAD Stories

"This time, with a PAD, I did not receive any treatments that I did not want. They were very respectful.  I really felt like the hospital took better care of me because I had my PAD. In fact, I think it's the best care that I've ever received."

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When would I be considered “incapable”

Generally, incapacity means that, at a particular time, you lack sufficient understanding or ability to make and communicate mental health treatment decisions. However, the legal definition of incapacity varies from state to state, and some states do not define incapacity. Usually, incapacity is determined by a physician or eligible psychologist, but in some states it must be determined by a judge.