From Privileges to Rights: People Labeled with Psychiatric Disabilities Speak for Themselves
Based on the testimony of people with psychiatric disabilities (PD). These recommendations emphasize the principle that people with PD have the right to expect that they will be treated according to the principles of law that apply to all other citizens. All laws & policies that restrict the rights of people with PD simply because of their disabilities are inharmonious with basic principles of law & justice, as well as with such civil rights laws as the ADA. Chapters: when helping hurts; creating new lives: independent housing, economic supports, meaningful work; patients' rights: parity, alternatives, inclusion; criminal justice; & a zillion forms & still no civil rights.
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Page i - same letter of transmittal was sent to the President Pro Tempore of the US Senate and the Speaker of the US House of Representatives.)
Page iii - Members Marca Bristo, Chairperson Kate P. Wolters, First Vice Chairperson Hughey Walker, Second Vice Chairperson Yerker Andersson, Ph.D. Dave N. Brown John D. Kemp Audrey McCrimon Gina McDonald Bonnie O'Day, Ph.D. Lilliam Rangel-Diaz Debra Robinson Shirley W. Ryan Michael B. Unhjem Rae E. Unzicker Eia Yazzie-King Staff Ethel D. Briggs, Executive Director
Page i - An independent federal agency working with the President and Congress to increase the inclusion, independence, and empowerment of all Americans with disabilities.
Page 91 - CRIPA authorizes the US Attorney General to investigate conditions of confinement at state and local government institutions such as prisons, jails, pretrial detention centers, juvenile correctional facilities,
Page 91 - Act) and the Protection and Advocacy for Mentally 111 Individuals Act of 1986 (PAIMI)
Page 1 - (NCD) is an independent federal agency mandated to make recommendations to the President and Congress on disability issues.
Page 97 - the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects (also known as the Common Rule).
Page 22 - resulted in policies or practices that may limit the number of complaints filed; serious complaints alleging harmful situations not being investigated promptly; and incomplete reporting on nursing homes
Page 114 - and conduct of the Rehabilitation Services Administration. Making recommendations to the Director of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research on ways to improve research, service, administration, and the collection, dissemination, and implementation of research findings affecting persons with disabilities. Providing advice regarding priorities for the activities of the Interagency Disability Coordinating Council and reviewing the recommendations of this Council for legislative...