§ 44-105.04. Accommodation of needs.

A resident shall have the right to the following:
(1) To receive adequate and appropriate services and treatment with reasonable
accommodation of individual needs and preferences consistent with their health and physical
and mental capabilities and the health or safety of other residents;
(2) To have access to appropriate health and social services, including social work, home
health, nursing, rehabilitative, hospice, medical, dental, dietary, counseling, and psychiatric
services in order to attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental and
psychosocial well-being;
(3) To remain in the current setting, forgoing a recommended transfer to obtain additional
services as contracted for by the resident or secure additional services in a manner acceptable
to the ALR;
(4) To engage in a shared responsibility agreement with the ALR which is acceptable to the
resident and the ALR and does not violate any applicable law;
(5) To refuse to participate in any service once the potential consequences of such
participation have been explained and a shared responsibility agreement has been reached, if
necessary, between the resident, the surrogate, and the ALR;
(6) To be free of physical restraints at all times; and
(7) To be free of chemical restraints.