Parent Rights - Your rights are important to us
Protecting your privacy:
CTFRC Staff are required to ensure that clients and parents have been informed of their rights and responsibilities at the beginning of service, upon request and at least annually throughout service delivery.
You Have The Right to...
- Information regarding your child and his or her involvement with CTFRC. All records regarding your child are yours to view. All written reports regarding your child will be sent to you and shared only with those you have provided consent for release of information. "Information" also includes information about additional community services for your child.
- Receive information in a language that you understand
- Bring in an interpreter if you feel it is needed
- Be informed of assessment tools and procedures that will be used to assess your child
- Express concerns openly without fear of retaliation or jeopardizing services
- Freedom from any form of abuse, humilation, neglect and financial or other exploitation
- Have any concern regarding the infringement of any of the Rights stated here, thoroughly investigated and resolved through CTFRC's feedback procedure
Cultural And/Or Religious Beliefs
- You have the right to express any values, morals or beliefs that you feel should be noted by CTFRC staff that may determine delivery of service or development of individual programs.
- You have the right to service that is supportive of your family routine
- We are committed to providing service that is not too disruptive to your child and your family. We will endeavor to accommodate individual family needs
- Frequency and length of visits will take into account family needs and will be confirmed with you in advance
- You have the right to request information and support in connecting with other families and/or support systems, including legal, self-help, and advocacy supports
- You have the right to receive or have access to relevant, timely information for decision making regarding involvement with CTFRC