l) If you are not safe to leave hospital you will remain at Waypoint or any other facility as required by law.
m) To be informed promptly when your legal status changes and when you have the right to leave the hospital.
n) That if you wish to see the approved available Policies, Procedures and Guidelines we use to inform care at Waypoint, these will be given to you.
o) To have someone else with you during a physical examination.
p) To freely practice ones spiritual beliefs.
q) When safe, to have private conversations with your family, friends and peers.
r) To wear your own clothes unless we are worried about your safety.
s) To keep your approved belongings safely with you or stored securely within space availability.
t) That we will recognize you may have intimacy needs. We will respect your right to privacy, including sexual activity between consenting adults.
u) To receive information about sexual health, protection or contraception if you ask, or if we are worried about your safety.
v) To have your personal information kept private and only shared with your permission, or as permitted by law.
w) To be supported to access and manage your own money according to your level of wellness and as policy allows.
x) To get information and vote in any election.