(1) Intervention for the purposes of assisting and training residents shall be the least intrusive into, and the least disruptive of, the person's life and represent the least departure from normal patterns of living that can be effective in meeting residential needs.
(2) The residents shall not be subjected to treatment of a manner which:
(a) includes abuse or neglect; or
(b) limits individual rights without due process.
(3) The provider shall adopt a client's rights policy that is agreed to by the department.
(4) The utilization in training of aversive procedures or of procedures infringing upon individual rights must be presented in writing to the licensing worker and meet with the approval of the community staffing team and the department prior to implementation for each client.