Making my wishes known

4 April 2017

Written by: Lambeth safeguarding adults board

Arts, culture and events - Health and Wellbeing

Planning ahead is a crucial part of ensuring your wishes are respected if you were unable to make a decision for yourself. This is a free workshop to help you think about about what you want, what you don’t want and who will speak for you, in a care and treatment crisis.

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Making my wishes known

This workshop will aim to:

  • Explain why it’s important to record your wishes such as what you would want for yourself in a crisis situation, your preferences around care and treatment and your future choices
  • Learn about setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney and who can help you do this
  • Find out what an advanced statement is and how you can write one up for yourself and ensure others are aware of this
  • Help your loved ones to be sure about what you would want for yourself so they can ensure this happens on your behalf.

Tuesday 25 April, 9:30am-3pm, at We Are 336, Brixton.

To register for your free ticket or for more information please visit the Eventbrite booking page

Workshop programme

9:30am to 10am Arrivals and Tea/Coffee/ Information stalls
10am to 10:15am Welcome and introductions (David Rowley & Janna Kay)
10:15am to 11am Craig Ward (Solicitor and Expert in Lasting Power of Attorney & planning)
11am to 11:45am Francis Lyons (Partner, Capsticks Solicitors LLP)
11:45am to 12:05pm Break for refreshments / Information stalls
12:05pm to 12:50pm Community projects on Advanced Statements (Compassion in Dying)
12:50pm to 1:15pm Drawing up your own advanced statement/decision
1:15pm to 2pm Break for Lunch / Information stalls
2pm to 2:30pm Cordwell Thomas (Community Activist Black Thrive)
2:30pm to 3pm Reflections, discussion and bringing it all together


Find out more

If you would like more information please email the Lambeth Safeguarding Adults Board at