1) has the right to visits from one or more support persons (e.g. family, friends, partner - including same sex partner, community
support) of her/his choice, and assistance in contacting them.
2) has the right to request the presence of a third party during a physical examination.
3) has the right to access confidential support when needed: counselling, rights advice, advocacy, legal counsel, other supports
of his or her choice.
4) has the right to assistance in obtaining: financial support, housing, recreation, employment supports, social support,
and community supports in keeping with her/his needs and wishes.