(1) The following may not be restricted for the purposes of a positive behavior support program:
(a) education and training services;
(b) a safe environment to live, work, and receive treatment;
(c) an individual plan of care;
(d) prompt medical and dental care;
(e) a nourishing, well-balanced diet;
(f) assistance of an advocate;
(g) opportunity for religious worship; and
(h) just compensation for work performed.
(2) Corporal punishment and verbal and physical abuse are prohibited in the delivery of services to a person.