Note: This training is an overview of confidentiality within a human service setting. It is intended to provide a basic understanding of guidelines and practices and meet the CARF accreditation standards for initial and ongoing training for all employees. It is not intended to be a substitute for competency-based training requirements. Please read through the following information on confidentiality. After completing this tutorial. Complete the questionnaire that follows. The questionnaire is intended to improve your ability to conduct services in a manner that respects the confidentiality of those you serve. An Overview Maintaining confidentiality means that human service organizations, or persons representing such organizations, may not disclose any information
Concern for the safety of other specific persons.
Reporting of certain communicable and/or infectious diseases to public health authorities.
Informing law enforcement officials of a persons required attendance in programming.
Defense of malpractice or professional complaints.
The person served, if a competent adult or emancipated minor.
A legal guardian or parent ifthe person served is judged incompetent by a court of law.
The administrator or executor of a person's estate if the person becomes deceased.
The person's spouse.
All of the above.
All of the above, except "d".
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