1Q. Human Rights
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What is the name of the Act that mandates the way information is confidentially obtained and maintained?CorrectIncorrect
Confidentiality is required by law. The federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, known as HIPAA, mandates the way information is obtained and maintained. If confidentiality rules are not followed, legal action may be required
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Which of these may be shared without appropriate consent?CorrectIncorrect
Without appropriate consent do not share information regarding: An individual’s personal health information; Information regarding a person’s finances; Where the person lives (which agency); Any other personal information (information in the person’s record is confidential).
3. Question1 point(s)
True or False:
A person may have the ability to provide informed consent to some decisions but not other more complex decisions.CorrectIncorrect
Decision-making capacity should be viewed on a continuum – a person may have the ability to provide informed consent to some decisions but not other more complex decisions.
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Age-appropriate, meaningful sexuality education for children, youth, and adults with intellectual disabilities should include not only facts about sex and biology, but must also teach people to _______________________.CorrectIncorrect
Why is age-appropriate, meaningful sexuality education important for children, youth, and adults with intellectual disabilities? Sexuality education should include not only facts about sex and biology, but must also teach people to manage and enjoy relationships, make responsible choices and distinguish right from wrong.
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All informed consents should be:
(Mark all that are correct)CorrectIncorrect
All consents should be: in writing; kept in the person’s records; specific to the issue; and time-limited, not to exceed one year.
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True or False:
The US Constitution guarantees the right to marry, procreate, and raise children to each citizen, regardless of ability.CorrectIncorrect
The US Constitution guarantees these rights to each citizen, regardless of ability:
• Access to the courts and legal representation
• Free association
• Right to contract, own and dispose of property
• Equal educational opportunity
• Equal employment opportunity
• Equal protection and due process
• Fair and equal treatment by public agencies
• Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment
• Freedom of religion
• Freedom of speech and expression
• Right to marry, procreate, and raise children
• Right to vote
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The right to privacy includes:CorrectIncorrect
The reasonable expectation of privacy is a constitutional right. All citizens have the right to keep certain parts of their lives private. The right to privacy includes access to time alone and keeping specific possessions and information personal.
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Sexuality education helps people with an intellectual disability recognize if someone is trying to take advantage of them so they can ________________________.CorrectIncorrect
Sexuality education helps people with an intellectual disability recognize if someone is trying to take advantage of them so they can recognize inappropriate sexual advances early on, better protect themselves from exploitation and/or be able to report incidents of suspected sexual abuse.
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The concept of ______________ is intended to protect people from undue restriction of rights.CorrectIncorrect
Due process, which is outlined in the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution, states no person shall be deprived of liberty without the process of law. The concept of due process is intended to protect people from undue restriction of rights.
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True or False:
The rights of people receiving supports include freedom from involuntary servitude.CorrectIncorrect
Rights of people receiving supports include:
• Right to services in the least restrictive environment
• Right to normalized living conditions
• Right to dignity and respect
• Right to freedom from discomfort and deprivation
• Right to appropriate clinical, medical and therapeutic services
• Right to religious worship
• Right to physical exercise
• Right to manage personal funds
• Right to adequate nutrition
• Freedom from involuntary servitude
• Freedom from unnecessary medication and mechanical, chemical, or physical restraints