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State hospitals for the developmentally disabled and mentally disordered shall notify parents that their child can be considered for off-site educational programs. Records concerning state hospital patients shall be confidential.

Summary:

Persons over the age of 55 years or severely or permanently disabled persons who reside on property that is eligible for homeowners' exemption may transfer the property's base year value of the property to a replacement dwelling. The county assessors must safeguard from public access taxpayer's personal information (including medical information) provided on exemption claims, notwithstanding Article I, section 3 of the California Constitution.

Summary:

DMV records relating to physical or mental conditions of persons, or convictions implicating controlled substances not arising out of circumstances involving a motor vehicle are confidential, and not subject to the general public inspection provisions of 1808. An exception is made for release of physician's reports supporting an application for disabled person's parking privilege.

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The DMV shall make any information contained in a physician's certificate supporting a disability of an applicant for disabled person's parking privileges available to a requesting law enforcement agency or agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of parking regulations. Such information shall not be disclosed to private or third-party parking citation processing agencies. Boards established by local authorities may review the requested information. If a finding that the certification is fraudulent or improper is made, the board should send such findings to the DMV for review and investigation.

Summary:

Unless an applicant's disability is readily observable and uncontested, a certificate signed by an authorized health care practitioner attesting to the disability must be submitted to the department before a special license plate is issued to a disabled person or veteran. The certifying health care practitioner must retain information supporting the certificate and make such information available for inspection by the Medical Board upon request by the department. Upon request from a peace officer, the disable person or veteran must present a certification of the eligibility to possess the special plates.

Summary:

Formerly classified disabled persons that become ineligible for benefits due to substantial gainful activity but still continue to suffer from impairments are considered disabled under this chapter and eligible for in-home support services payments and shall support their need for in home services with a medical report to be prepared at the expense of Department of Social Services.

Summary:

Formerly classified disabled persons that become ineligible for benefits due to substantial gainful activity but still continue to suffer from impairments are considered disabled under this chapter and eligible for health care benefits and services. The determination of continued impairments and the need for benefits and services shall be supported by a medical report to be prepared at the expense of Department of Social Services.

Summary:

The medical director of each state hospital for the mentally disordered must make a roster of the gravely disabled persons within the institution. Officer in charge of investigating conservatorships within a county shall be provided with the names and pertinent records of patients to be provided conservatorship investigation.

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