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633 REGULATION CLIENT RIGHTS. PRESENTED by HEAVEN’S HANDS COMMUNITY SERVICES, Inc. . . What Is A Right?. According to Webster Dictionary, A right is something to which one has just or lawful claim. Why Do You Have Rights?.

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633 regulation client rights





what is a right
What Is A Right?
  • According to Webster Dictionary, A right is something to which one has just or lawful claim.
why do you have rights
Why Do You Have Rights?
  • According to the Office of People With and Developmental Disabilities

(OPWDD), Client Rights are found under 633.4 regulation which states: The protection of individuals receiving services in a facility operated and/or certified by OPWDD.

why were these regulations developed
Why Were These Regulations Developed?
  • These regulations were developed to protect consumers and set guidelines for staff to follow.
  • What right did you exercise this morning?
  • What right did our consumer exercise this morning?
  • People with developmental disabilities have certain inherent rights.
  • Inherent Rights are those that are automatically ours as part of our birthright.
client rights
Client Rights
  • Who has more rights, the consumer or the staff member?
what are the rights of our consumers
What Are the Rights of our Consumers
  • The following is a list of the basic rights of persons with developmental disabilities from OPWDD:

1. A safe & sanitary environment

2. Freedom from physical & psychological Abuse

3. Freedom from corporal punishment. (corporal punishment is the deliberate infliction of pain intended to change a person's behavior or to punish them

4. Freedom from unnecessary mechanical restraining devises.

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5.Freedom from unnecessary or excessive medications

6. Protection from commercial or other exploitation.

7. Confidentiality of all information, particularly HIV Status

8. Written Individualized plan of services aimed at maximization of clients utilization of environment, social competency & independence.

9. Services, assistance & guidance from staff who are trained to perform adequately, skillfully & humanely, respecting consumers dignity and personal integrity.

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10. Access to clinically sound information on sexuality issues.

11. Observe & participate in religion of choice & right not to participate.

12. Opportunity to register & vote & be educated in civic responsibilities.

13. Freedom from discrimination, abuse or adverse actions related to HIV status.

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14. Receive information on services the agency will provide & timely notice of any changes.

15. Use of personal money, regular notice of financial status & assistance required.

16. Balanced & nutritious diet, which is not altered or denied for behavior management or disciplinary measures.

17. Individually owned clothing which fits, is maintained & appropriate for age & season & activity.

18. Adequate & individual grooming & personal hygiene supplies.

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19. Reasonable degree of privacy in sleeping, bathing, & toileting.

20. Reasonable amount of safe, individual, accessible storage space.

21. Opportunity to express grievances, concerns & suggestions without fear or reprisal , to any legitimate overseeing person or body.

22. Opportunity to request alternative residence and room and involvement in decision making.

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23. Opportunity to receive visitors at appropriate times, for privacy when visited and to communicate freely within & without facility.

24. Opportunity to make of have made decisions regarding DNR.

25. Opportunity to create a health care proxy.

c h o i c e s
  • Is a acronym for: Creating Habilitation Opportunities for Integration and Consumer Empowerment and Satisfaction.
right to choose
Right to Choose
  • Each individual can decide what services and support he or she needs and how, when, where, and by whom they are providing.
right to protection
Right to Protection
  • Each individual will be free from exposure to unnecessary physical, psychological or social risk.
dignity of risk
Dignity Of Risk
  • The recognition the risk taking is necessary for normal growth and development and that overprotection can endanger a persons human dignity.
inform choices
Inform Choices
  • An informed choice can only be made when there is adequate knowledge of the alternatives and the consequences of the options is understood.
inform choice making involves the following steps
Inform choice making involves the following steps:
  • Identify the area of concern
  • Gather information about the situation
  • Identify options for potential actions
  • Choose the preferred alternative
  • Act on decision
  • Evaluate the outcome.
risky choice
Risky Choice
  • A risky choice is o.k. when:
    • It is an informed choice.
    • relevant training has occurred
    • related experience have been provided.
    • there is documentation of the above information.
self advocacy
Self Advocacy
  • Self advocacy is philosophy that people with disabilities are more capable of speaking for themselves rather than having another person speak for them.
  • It is learning what your rights are and advocating for those rights.
  • It is the capability of being able to purse your own dreams, while respecting the dreams and rights of others.
self advocacy1
Self Advocacy
  • Is the growing social movement for people with developmental disabilities.
  • Is about self determination for individuals and groups of people with disabilities
  • Focuses on individuals with DD gaining control over their lives and their destiny.
  • Occurs anytime an individual speaks out or acts on their own behalf to improve their quality of life, effects personal change or correct inequalities.
self advocacy2
Self Advocacy
  • Occurs when a group of DD individuals effect the above conditions attempt to bring about change in the public’s perception of individuals with DD.
components of self advocacy
Components of Self Advocacy
  • Self determination
  • Rights /Responsibilities
  • Empowerment/Assertiveness
  • Independence
  • Self – esteem
  • Control
  • Leadership
  • Dignity
  • Choices