Last week saw Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust [MMH&SCT} under the attention of the media for once again failing to give Manchester an A1 mental health service, despite spending huge amounts of public money in the attempt
Paul Reed, of the Manchester Users Network, said one reason occupational-type therapies are so important is that patients are continuously seen by staff while there.
He said he had never had such a response from patients over any issue.
Referring to Karen Reissmann, the MHSC nurse who was sacked four years ago after speaking out against cuts within the trust, he said: “She has been proved right.
“If this is approved, it is going to be terrible for people.”
A furious mother has condemned mental health officials in Plymouth who moved her teenage son nearly 300 miles without telling any of his family.
She she discovered the troubled 19-year-old had been transferred when she went to visit him and discovered he wasn’t there.
The teenager had been taken from the Glenbourne unit near his family in Plymouth to The Priory Hospital, in Manchester.