OAR 411-065-0046
Client Rights


Each client receiving specialized living services must be assured the same civil and human rights accorded to other citizens.


The provider must document in writing, implement and fully inform each client of policies and procedures that protect clients’ rights, including:


Adequate food, housing, clothing, medical and health care and personal services;


Visits to and from family members, friends, advocates, legal and medical professionals;


Confidential communications;


Personal property;




Freedom from involuntary training, treatment, participation in activities and chemical or mechanical restraints;


Religious practices as personally preferred;




Access to community resources, including recreation, agency services.


Providers shall not inflict or tolerate to be inflicted, physical, sexual or emotional abuse or punishment, intimidation, threats, exploitation, or neglect of clients.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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