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Patients’ Rights Post Test Presented by Patients’ Rights Advocacy Services Orange County Health Care Agency Behavioral Health Services
CATEGORY I PATIENTS’ RIGHTS
A Federal Civil Rights Law for people with disabilities What is (ADA) Americans with Disabilities Act?
I have the right to change my mind about my medication. What is the right to Informed Consent?
The law that guarantees the rights for individuals in mental health facilities What is the Lanterman – Petris-Short Act?
I have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. What is the most basic Patients’ Right?
A person may be held against their will for continued evaluation and treatment related to a mental disorder for danger to self, danger to others, or gravely disabled under the following condition. What is impairment by Chronic Alcoholism under section 5150?
Your receipt for your Patients’ Rights Booklet. What is, the form you sign upon admission?
CATEGORY II 5150
Danger to self, danger to others or gravely disabled. What are 5150 criteria?
If I consent to treatment, I no longer meet this criteria. What is an Involuntary Hold?
When you are a danger to yourself, others or gravely disabled, a peace officer or designated person may detain you for evaluation and treatment What is a 72-hour hold?
You must be given this to explain the reason for a 72-hour hold. What is an Advisement?
I am unable or unwilling to accept voluntary treatment. What is a criteria for a 5150?
CATEGORY III 5250
If you are a minor, this is the amount of time you may be held on a What is: 14 days the same as an adult.
This type of hearing automatically takes place within 4 days of being placed on 14 day hold. What is a Probable Cause Hearing (PCH)?
Midnight on the 14 th calendar day. What is the end of a 14 day hold?
As soon as you receive a certification for Intensive Treatment you may request this to get out of the hospital. What is a Writ of Habeas Corpus?
The Welfare & Institution Code that allows certification for intensive treatment related to a mental disorder or impairment by chronic alcoholism for a period of 14 days. What is a 5250?
The maximum length of time a PCH Hearing can be delayed? What is 48 hours?
Bonus point: By who? Patient or Advocate
CATEGORY IV RIESE
The hospital may use this method to help you calm down if you are endangering yourself or others. What is “emergency medication”?
This capacity hearing will determine if you may or may not refuse treatment with an Anti-psychotic medication. What is a Riese Hearing?
Bonus point: Where is the hearing to be held? Hospital
If you lose your Riese Hearing you retain this right. What is the right to file an appeal?
You have the right to understand the risks and benefits of any medication you are taking. What is Informed Consent?
In a Riese Hearing you are represented by this person. What is the Public Defender or Advocate?
CATEGORY V CONSERVATORSHIP
You have lost the ability to make decisions about money, housing and medication so this person makes decisions for you. What is a Conservator?
As soon as you are notified of the filing for a temporary Conservatorship you may request to go to court for this. What is a Writ of Hebeas Corpus?
If you do not respond to treatment and are on a 5250 your doctor may apply for this. What is a T-Con?
Bonus point: By what day must the doctor apply for T-con? 9 th day.
Latin for the name given to a writ whose object is to bring the patient before a Court or Judge. What is Hebeas Corpus?
This happens 30 days after the T-Con is filed. What is a Conservatorship (5352) Hearing?
An authorization form signed by yourself or your conservator that releases confidential medication records to specified person for specified period of time. What is a Release of Information?
By getting married, the spouse does not remove the Conservators powers of Property and Finances. What is: Can a conservatee be married in the state of California?
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