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WAC 388-101D-0125

Client rights.

Clients have the same legal rights and responsibilities guaranteed to all other individuals by the United States Constitution, federal and state law unless limited through legal processes. Service providers must promote and protect all of the following client rights, including but not limited to:
(1) The right to be free from discrimination;
(2) The right to be reasonably accommodated in accordance with state and federal law;
(3) The right to privacy, including the right to receive and send private mail and telephone calls;
(4) The right to participate in an appropriate program of publicly supported education;
(5) The right to be free from harm, including unnecessary physical restraint, isolation, excessive medication, abuse, neglect, abandonment, and financial exploitation; and
(6) The right to refuse health services, medications, restraints, and restrictions.
[WSR 16-14-058, recodified as § 388-101D-0125, filed 6/30/16, effective 8/1/16. Statutory Authority: Chapter 71A.12 RCW. WSR 08-02-022, § 388-101-3320, filed 12/21/07, effective 2/1/08.]
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