Quiz – Understanding Respondent Rights Understanding Respondent Rights First Name* Last Name* Email Address* A Respondent has the right to have a qualified person evaluate what they can do and whether to have some or all their rights restored.* True False A Respondent has a right to personal privacy and sexual expression.* True False A Respondent has the right to fully participate in decisions about how their property is managed, to the extent they wish to be involved and are able to be.* True False A Respondent has the right to have their rights explained to them in their preferred method of communication and in the language they choose.* True False A Respondent is not allowed to participate in court hearings or have a lawyer to advocate for their interest.* True False A Respondent has the right to keep confidential those matters which they wish to keep confidential unless that information is necessary to obtain services, to prevent abuse, neglect or exploitation, or to modify the conservatorship order.* True False A Respondent cannot keep the right to apply for or maintain a driver’s license; change their marital status; vote and travel once the conservatorship is established.* True False The Respondent has the right to ask the court to review the need for the conservatorship to change, continue or end and whether the conservator needs to change.* True False If a conservator has legal questions they should contact the Office of Conservatorship Management.* True False The court may not authorize the conservator to make decisions to determine where the Respondent lives or to file or defend lawsuits.* True False PhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.