A series of failings in the way mental health services are being commissioned and run is damaging the care of patients detained under the Mental Health Act and undermining their rights, a report by the Care Quality Commission has found.
“De novo (or new) mutation in the developing sperm cell may contribute to an increased risk for a surprisingly wide range of mental health disorders, including schizophrenia, autism and mental retardation.”
Manchester Users Network (MUN) Meeting To Be Held in Recovery Education, Room 1. (Where Mainway was). Park House Hospital. 2.00pm Wednesday 29th January 2014. Crisis Resolution Team & Crisis line. Invited:- Emma Hinchcliffe Urgent Care Manager. *How do we access services? *What services do you provide? *changes have been made? Feedback, Views and Proposals […]
Flu outbreak at Park House Wards Elm, Redwood and Laurel are currently affected by an outbreak of flu and ALL wards at Park House are currently closed to admissions. Affected wards only are closed to visitors, and the service users’ families and friends on these wards have been informed. Wards will re-open four to five […]
Manchester Users Network Next Meeting To Be Held In the Offices of MUN at: Park House North Manchester. Wednesday 15TH January, 2014 at 1:30pm Meeting in the Offices of MUN Chapel Corridor, Park House, Delaney’s Road, Crumpsall, Manchester, M8 5RB Parking is available in the grounds of Park House. For Satnav reference use […]