(B)Live with, or in close proximity to, persons without disabilities; and
(C)Live in a setting which closely approximates those conditions
available to persons without disabilities of the same age;
(4)To reasonable access to review medical, service, and treatment files and to be informed of diagnoses;
(5)To develop a plan with the input of family and friends that identifies the supports needed to accomplish the plan rather than purchase a program;
(6)To control, with the help of family and friends as necessary, an identified amount of dollars to accomplish the plan;
(7)To direct the provision of resources, both paid and unpaid, that will assist an individual with a disability to live a life in the community rich in community association and contribution;
(8)To a valued role in the community through employment, participation in community activities, volunteering, including being accountable for spending public dollars in ways that are life enhancing; and
(9)To privacy and confidentiality, to the extent possible, in connection with services provided to the person.
(b) Rights listed in this chapter shall not be construed to replace or limit any other rights, benefits, or privileges, including other statutory and regulatory due process rights and protections, to which a person with developmental disabilities or mental retardation may be entitled.
(c) The enumeration or granting of these rights does not guarantee the provision of services. [L 1987, c 341, pt of §2; am L 1995, c 189, §7; am L 1998, c 133, §4]”
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