Client’s Rights Test

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1. A client has the right to refuse treatment if they have not been legally found incompetent to exercise their rights.
2. A competent client has the right to vote.
3. A client can have a lockable space to keep personal possessions which is not accessible to others.
4. A client has the right to use a telephone in a private place at any reasonable hour.
5. A client’s personal and medical records must be kept confidential and not disclosed to anyone without their written consent.
6. It is not being disrespectful to clients by names such as “Sweetie or Honey”.
7. Chemical substances such as drugs used to control a client’s inappropriate behaviors as a substitute for client supervision
8. Blanket standing orders for restraints PRN are permitted and do not need to be specified for a period.
9. If a client is acting out, it is OK to threaten them that they will be punished or deprived of something such as their snack.
10. Medications can be used as punishment or as the first treatment of choice to control a client’s inappropriate behaviors.
11. Clients have a right to choose their own clothing, friends, and foods they like to eat.
12. Clients are not allowed to do chores such as fix their beds or care for their personal clothing.
13. Clients are not allowed to communicate and interact with a person of the opposite sex in their rooms.
14. Talking about clients in front of them without their involvement in a conversation does not abuse their rights.
15. Clients have a right to handle their personal finances, if capable.