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Yes, but he is allowed visitation. They at first told me this was family only but I had spoken to the psychiatric units advocate prior to his move and they said I would be allowed to visit. However his family then said it was family only and when I asserted myself and stated I was going to go to the hospital myself to verify this information that then said he simply doesn't want to see me. I can accept that for a full recovery but again we have had a relationship for so long and he had asked to see me everyday that there would be such a sudden change to that.
I wouldn't be able to know from the psychiatrist as they have only been in contact with his family regarding who he can and can't see. I no longer have access to his care updates because his parents changed the password XXXXX obtain this information.
The family doesn't have any legal rights over his care.
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