Persons shall be provided with the least restrictive and most normal living conditions
possible. Persons with intellectual disabilities found incompetent in a criminal case shall
be provided with the least restrictive and most normal living conditions possible
consistent with preventing the person from causing injury to others as a result of
the person’s intellectual disability. This standard shall apply to dress, grooming, movement, use of free time, and contact
and communication with the community, including access to services outside of the
institution or residential facility. Persons shall be taught skills that help them learn how to effectively utilize their
environment and how to make choices necessary for daily living and, in the case of
a person committed under § 7-1304.06a, to refrain from committing crimes of violence or sex offenses.
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