To have some say about how you die (e.g., the extent of life support, use of a ventilator & feeding tubes, decisions on hospice care) and where you die (e.g., hospital or home), it is very important for all adults to have a valid advance directive (a living will).  If you are in a serious situation with your health, you might also want to talk to your doctor about filling out a more-specific POLST form (Physician Orders For Life-Sustaining Treatment).

Advance Directive Forms (download copies free of charge)
Georgia
(2015)  http://www.caringinfo.org/files/public/ad/Georgia.pdf
Other States  http://www.caringinfo.org/index.cfm

To get a form by mail send $5 to Partnership for Caring Box 97290 Washington, DC 20077-7205  or call their toll-free hotline to place a credit card order: (800) 989-9455.

Dementia Provision  https://www.compassionandchoices.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Dementia_Provision1.pdf
Language one can add to an advance directive that advises physicians and family of the wishes of a patient with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia (from Compassion and Choices, Denver CO).

See also…
Are POLST Forms The New Living Wills? by Clark Howard, June 19, 2014.
http://www.clarkhoward.com/news/clark-howard/health-health-care/polst-forms-are-new-living-wills/ngHFQ/

Advance directive forms available for free online by Clark Howard, January 13, 2012.
http://www.clarkhoward.com/advance-directives-forms-available-free-online