- Be treated with respect, dignity and privacy.
- Be treated in a safe and humane place.
- Know the facts about your care, which has been designed just for you and is responsive to and respectful of your unique characteristics, needs and abilities.
- Be told where to get help if you have pain or other medical problems.
- Get help from others.
- Be informed of all program rules and client responsibilities prior to initiation of care, and the consequences of non-compliance.
- Provide input into the entity’s service delivery processes through client satisfaction surveys and other avenues provided by the governing body.
- Receive services that are free of:
– Physical abuse
– Sexual abuse
– Physical punishment
– Psychological abuse, including humiliation
– Financial abuse
- Report without fear of retribution, any instances of perceived abuse, neglect, or exploitation.
- Privacy, both inside and outside the program setting.
- Be informed of any potential restriction of rights that may be imposed.
- Be informed of the parameters of confidentiality.
- Be informed of client rights at the time of admission, both verbally and in writing.
- Be informed of the person who has primary responsibility for your care.