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Code of Virginia
Title 51.5. Persons with Disabilities
8/5/2020

Title 51.5. Persons with Disabilities (2020 Updates)

  • Chapter 14. Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
    • Article 1. General Provisions
    • § 51.5-125
      Gifts and donations
      § 51.5-128
      Duties of the Commonwealth Council on Aging
    • Article 2. Commissioner for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
    • § 51.5-131
      Powers and duties of Commissioner
      § 51.5-132
      Commissioner to establish regulations regarding human research
    • Article 3. Services for Older Virginians
    • § 51.5-134
      Definitions
      § 51.5-135
      Powers and duties of Department with respect to aging persons; area agencies on aging
      § 51.5-136
      Strategic long-range planning for aging services; four-year plan; report
      § 51.5-137
      Administrative responsibilities of Department regarding aging services
      § 51.5-138
      Coordination of local aging services and long-term care by localities
    • Article 6. Virginia Public Guardian and Conservator Program
    • § 51.5-150
      Powers and duties of the Department with respect to public guardian and conservator program
    • Article 7. Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders
    • § 51.5-152
      Powers and duties of the Department with respect to Alzheimer's disease and related disorders
      § 51.5-154
      (Expires July 1, 2023) Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; report
    • Article 10. Community-Based Services for People with Disabilities
    • § 51.5-166
      Eligibility criteria
    • Article 11. Vocational Rehabilitation
    • § 51.5-170
      Eligibility
      § 51.5-177.1
      Vocational rehabilitation and employment services for law-enforcement officers with a disability
    • Article 13. State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
    • § 51.5-182
      Responsibility for complaints and investigations
      § 51.5-183
      Access to clients, patients, individuals, providers, and records by Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman; interference, retaliation, and reprisals against complainants
      § 51.5-184
      Confidentiality of records of Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman
      § 51.5-185
      Protection for representatives of the Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman; interference, retaliation, and reprisals