RAQs – Rarely asked questions  

FACEMI members have the exclusive  privilege of getting answers to the questions BELOW through  E MAILS ONLY. 

  1. Who is a primary care giver? And what are their rights?
  2. What does PMI indicate in terms of a legal definition?
  3. Where can I get information on Mental illness?
  4. How would I know that someone in my family is developing mental illness?
  5. What is the procedure for admitting a PMI to a mental health institute?
  6. How do I detect an Emergency? and what are the precautions to take?
  7. How do I get Emergency help for my family PMI in my town?
  8. What is your view on covert medication?
  9. What are the disabilities in MI?
  10. What is the difference between Medical Certificate and Disability Certificate?
  11. What is the procedure for getting Disability Certificate?
  12. What are the benefits of Disability Certificate?
  13. How do I detect an Emergency? and what are the precautions to take?
  14. How do I get Emergency help for my family PMI in my town?
  15. What is your view on covert medication?
  16. Are there any tax benefits for MI?
  17. How would I know that someone in my family is developing mental illness?
  18. What is psychotherapy? Is it a substitute for medication?
  19. Is ECT good or bad?
  20. Why do we have laws for mental patients? What are the laws applicable to PMI? Where can I get information?
  21. What are the rights of PMI in India?
  22. Can a PMI open a bank account?
  23. Can a PMI get a driving license?
  24. Can a PMI get a life insurance policy?
  25. Can a PMI get a MediClaim Policy?
  26. What about Marriage?
  27. Are there any special divorce rules for PMI?
  28. What is an Advance Directive and why is it important info?
  29. Who is a NR?
  30. How do I as a family care giver ensure future care and support for my PMI?

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