Rights and Responsibilities
At Blossom Community Care Services, we understand how important it is for everyone to know their rights. People often take their rights for granted and are generally left unaware. However, we make sure we educate everyone, including people with disabilities, regarding their rights.
We encourage everyone to know what their rights are and want them to exercise their rights regularly! We think of it as our responsibility to let people know where they can take a stand for themselves.
Your rights include
- Getting the necessary support that promotes, respects, and also upholds your legal as well as human rights.
- You must get the support that respects your various beliefs, values, and the culture you come from.
- Your privacy needs to be protected and must be kept in mind at all times.
- The support you receive must be free from discrimination, abuse, or prejudice on any basis.
- You should have the power to make your own informed decisions and make changes in the kind of support you get as and when you please.
We take the responsibility to
- Inform you about your rights and encourage you to practice them regularly.
- Give you the support you need by making sure your right to freedom of expression and decision making skills are not suppressed.
- We make sure that you are in control of your services. You get to call the shots and make informed choices for yourself.
- We respect your right to sexual expression and intimacy.
- You get ample time to reassess your support, and if you want to change anything at any stage, you have the right to do so.
- Encourage you to participate in social activities and to stay in touch with your friends and family.
- We recognize your dignity and treat you with all the respect and courtesy we can.
- Keep you in the loop with any advancements or changes in your program or support plan.
- Mould our services around your cultural, religious, spiritual beliefs, and accommodate any changes that you may like us to make.
- Your private information is always secure with us.
- Encourage you to give us feedback on our services.
- We want you to be able to contact any special service like advocates, translators, etc., whenever you need them.
- If needed, you can get someone to speak on your behalf too.
We value the privacy of our participants and the families that are connected to us. All the personal data collected by us is secure and used for important service delivery tasks only. This is done with your consent, and we inform you where we will be using this information. However, it is only released under special circumstances that comply with the State and Federal legislation.