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If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. Gerodontology Volume 35, Issue 3. Thomson Corresponding Author E-mail address: murray. Moira B. Ngaire M. Read the full text.
Tools Request permission Export citation Add to favorites Track citation. Share Give access Share full text access. Share full text access. Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. Abstract Objectives To investigate clinical oral disease and its association with cognitive function and dependency among older New Zealanders in residential aged care.
Material and methods National survey of oral health in aged residential care throughout New Zealand. Results Most of the clinically examined participants were either at low or high dependency care level, with another 1 in 6 in psychogeriatric care. Conclusions Impaired cognitive function is a risk indicator for both dental caries and oral debris in aged residential care.
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If you cannot be reunited with your child within legal time frames, the Court may terminate your parental rights and your child may be adopted, or the Court may appoint a permanent guardian for your child. As a parent or Indian custodian in a dependency case, your legal rights include:. The right to counsel, including court appointed counsel if you are indigent;.
The right to trial by the Court on the allegations in the dependency petition;. The right to cross-examine witnesses who are called to testify against you ; and.
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The right to use the process of the court to compel the attendance of witnesses. As part of this case, there will be additional court hearings. You are required to attend all court hearings.
If you cannot attend a court hearing, you must prove to the Court that you had good cause for not attending. If you fail to attend the Pre-trial Conference, Settlement Conference, or Dependency Adjudication Hearing without good cause, the Court may determine that you have waived your legal rights and admitted the allegations in the dependency petition. The Court may go forward with the Dependency Adjudication Hearing in your absence and may rule that your child is dependent based on the record and evidence presented.
You must also actively participate in reunification services if they are offered to you. Substantially neglecting or wilfully refusing to remedy the circumstances that cause your child to be in an out-of-home placement, including refusing to participate in reunification services, will be grounds for terminating your parental rights to your child.
If you do not participate in reunification services or fail to attend further proceedings without good cause, the Court may terminate your parental rights or appoint a permanent guardian for your child.