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Section 5123.84 | Free communication with others by residents.

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All residents of institutions for the mentally retarded shall be allowed to communicate freely with others, including but not restricted to the following:

(A) Receiving visitors at reasonable times;

(B) Being visited by counsel or personal physician, or both, at any reasonable time;

(C) Having reasonable access to telephones to make and receive confidential calls, including a reasonable number of free calls if unable to pay for them and assistance in calling if requested and needed;

(D) Having ready access to letter writing materials and stamps, including a reasonable number without cost if the resident is unable to pay for them, to mailing and receiving unopened correspondence, and to receiving assistance in writing if requested and needed.

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