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An Enduring Guardian is someone you appoint, at a time when you have capacity, to make personal, health or lifestyle decisions on your behalf should you lose the capacity to make them for yourself.

When you appoint an Enduring Guardian, you should choose which decision-making powers you want your Enduring Guardian to have. For example, you can authorise your Enduring Guardian to decide such things as where you may need to live or what medical treatment you should receive.

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