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Conservative leader Theresa May was taken to task over disability benefit cuts as she met an angry voter. A women named Cathy squared up to the Prime Minister and condemned the Government's cuts to help for people with disabilities. The Government has introduced a benefit called Personal Independence Payment for people who are disabled or have a long-term illness, replacing a benefit called Disability Living Allowance. Cathy said she had a mild learning disability and said she wanted her Disability Living Allowance back. She confronted Mrs May as the Prime Minister visited Abingdon market in Oxfordshire for a general election campaign visit - http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/angry-disabled-woman-tells-theresa-13037708




Brighton Mental Health Support Group for people in work - https://www.meetup.com/meetup-group-vZLuckiz/?gj=ej1b




National Survivor User Network (NSUN) Bulletin Monday 15 May - https://nurtural.createsend.com/cam...59D931D45&ID=F7D5758FDA1068C9&temp=False&tx=0




A former anorexic who was 'close to death' has credited the Great British Bake Off for saving his life. PhD student Daniel Rough, 25, developed an eating disorder after he became obsessed with counting calories and over-exercising but he said the show helped him when he was at his lowest. At his worst, his weight plummeted to a dangerous 6st 11lbs. When he was forced to take a break from his studies he found comfort in well-loved cooking show, Great British Bake Off, binge-watching the first five seasons. Soon he found a love for baking and began replicating the show's technical creations each week. He said it made him more sociable and increased his portion sizes - Man 'close to death' as he battled anorexia says the Great British Bake Off saved his life - Mirror Online



Life as the daughter of a famous footballer is not necessarily the fantasy realm that many would imagine. In fact for Sophie Walker, daughter of former England and Spurs goalkeeper Ian Walker, it resulted in isolation and during college bullying and a social anxiety disorder diagnosis - Miss London hopeful Sophie Walker on growing up as a famous footballer's daughter: 'You always idolise the parent you don’t get to know' - Get Surrey




Boor review - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman, an extraordinary and unusual debut that perfectly depicts the loneliness of life and the simple power of a little kindness through the endearing and inimitable Eleanor, in whom we have a Bridget Jones in need of psychiatric help - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eleanor-Oliphant-Completely-Fine-Honeyman/dp/0008172110





The OM Yoga Show in Manchester - 19th, 20th & 21st May

Visitors come to the OM Yoga Show to immerse themselves in a truly yogic atmosphere for the whole weekend. Free open classes provide the opportunity to be inspired by leading teachers; the chance to try something new, or revisit an old favourite. When visitors want to take a break from practicing yoga, they can take advantage of the showcase of over 100 exhibitors, who will be on hand to provide a fantastic range of yoga accessories, clothing, jewellery, super food, retreats and much more. Whether you have been practicing yoga for years, or you are a complete beginner, there really is something for everyone!

More - http://www.omyogashow.com/manchester/

(I think there are free tickets available so check)






Kundalini Yoga Festival

London Kundalini Centre, Newland Park, Gorelands Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire HP8 4AD

DATE AND TIME - Wed May 31 @ 4PM – Sun Jun 4 @ 4PM

Cost: £40

More - http://kundaliniyogafestival.org.uk/

(If you are familiar with aspects of the Sikh religion then that type of Yoga will make more sense - a Sikh called Yogi Bhajan introduced it to the West - that said not all Sikhs accept his teachings)







Family Fun Days - The Community Engagement Team of the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust engages with a wide audience in order to challenge the stigma that people with mental health related issues often face. Part of their work is to host community engagement days at five Trust sites on Saturdays across the summer and you can get involved as a volunteer wherever you are based. More than 1,000 people, including staff, users, carers and partners attend the events each year. Getting involved will give you a chance to meet new people at the Trust, find out more about our services and you may even be able to contribute to the fun activities by turning your hobby or interest into an activity at the fun events. Whether your private passion is baking, braiding, books or ball games there might be a way to get involved.

Dates for 2017;

All events take place between 12pm - 5pm on the dates below:

Saturday 20 May - The Oleaster, Edgbaston
Saturday 24 June - St. Mary's Church, Solihull
Saturday 15 July - Zinnia Centre, Sparkbrook
Saturday 29 July - Mary Seacole House, Winson Green
Saturday 19 August - Endeavour Court, Erdington

Hot food and refreshments (including halal) will be available from 1:30pm-3:30pm.

More - http://www.bsmhft.nhs.uk/about-us/engaging-with-our-communities/family-fun-days/





Are you caring for a friend or family member in Birmingham? Why not join our programme for a creative outlet and a chance to meet other carers.

House Tour and Drama Workshop - Aston Hall. In the dramatic setting of Aston Hall, uncover its history and unlock your dramatic flair. No experience necessary!

May 20th from 11am – 1.30pm


Italian Pizza Make - Sarehole Mill. Move over Jamie Oliver! Using a wood-fired oven, we’ll make, cook and eat together under the glorious sun (hopefully!)

June 29th from 11am – 1.30pm


To book please contact Hannah on [email protected] or call 0121 348 8271





Job Fairs - in date order;

Watford - 24th May, Langley Banqueting Suite, 10am to 2pm
Plymouth - 26th May, The Guildhall, 10am to 2pm
Hull - 31st May, City Hall, 10am to 2pm
Bedford, 2nd June, Corn Exchange, 10am to 2pm
Southampton - date TBC, venue TBC, 10am to 2pm
Gloucester - 7th June, Guildhall, 10am to 2pm
Oxford - 9th June, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Peterborough - 14th June, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Telford - 16th June, Park Inn by Radisson, 10am to 2pm
Brighton - 21st June, Jurys Inn - Waterfront, 10am to 2pm
Colchester - 21st June, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Wandsworth (London), 23rd June, Civic Suite, 10am to 2pm
Sheffield - 28th June, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Leicester - 28th June, Curve Theatre, 10am to 2pm
Bournemouth - 30th June, Premier Inn, 10am to 2pm
Norwich - 1st July, The Forum, 10am to 3pm
Bristol - 5th July, Colston Hall, 10am to 2pm
Northampton - 7th July, Guildhall, 10am to 2pm
Norwich - 12th July, The Forum, 10am to 2pm
Portsmouth - 12th July, Guildhall, 10am to 2pm
Manchester - 14th July, Bridgewater Hall, 10am to 2pm
Worcester, 14th July, Guildhall, 10am to 2pm
Stoke on Trent, 19th July, Quality Hotel, 10am to 2pm
Bradford, 19th July, Great Victoria Hotel, 10am to 2pm
Ipswich, 21st July, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Birmingham - 26th July, Council House, 10am to 2pm
Reading - 28th July, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Blackburn - date TBC, venue TBC, 10am to 2pm
Middlesbrough - 2nd August, Jurys Inn, 10am to 2pm
Glasgow - 4th August, Royal Concert Hall, 10am to 2pm
Oldham - date TBC, venue TBC, 10am to 2pm
Derby - 9th August, Derby Theatre, 10am to 2pm
Nottingham - 9th August, Motorpoint Arena, 10am to 2pm
Swansea - 10th August, The Dragon Hotel, 10am to 2pm
Cardiff - 11th August, City Hall, 10am to 2pm
Cambridge - 16th August, Guildhall, 10am to 2pm
Milton Keynes - 18th August, Doubletree by Hilton Hotel (Stadium MK), 10am to 2pm
Hornsey (London) - 18th August, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Coventry - 23rd August, Belgrade Theatre, 10am to 2pm
Cheltenham - 25th August, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Hull - 30th August, City Hall, 10am to 2pm
Bedford - 1st September, Corn Exchange, 10am to 2pm
Chelmsford - date TBC, Venue TBC, 10am to 2pm
Ealing (London) - 1st September, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Brighton - 6th September, Jurys Inn - Waterfront, 10am to 2pm
Leicester - 8th September, Curve Theatre, 10am to 2pm
Telford - 8th September, Park Inn by Radisson, 10am to 2pm
Sheffield - 13th September, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Peterborough - 15th September, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Stoke on Trent - 20th September, Quality Hotel, 10am to 2pm
Norwich - 20th September, The Forum, 10am to 2pm
Stratford (London) - 22nd September, Old Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Colchester - 27th September, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Leeds - 29th September, Crossgates Shopping Centre, 10am to 2pm
Newcastle Upon Tyne - 4th October, Assembly Rooms, 10am to 2pm
Ipswich - 6th October, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Reading - 13th October, Town Hall, 10am to 2pm
Manchester - 20th October, Bridgewater Hall, 10am to 2pm
Bristol - 25th October, Colston Hall, 10am to 2pm
Birmingham - 27th October, Council House, 10am to 2pm
Portsmouth - 1st November, Guildhall, 10am to 2pm
Northampton - 3rd November, Guildhall, 10am to 2pm
Watford - 8th November, Langley Banqueting Suite, 10am to 2pm
Nottingham - 8th November, Motorpoint Arena, 10am to 2pm
Wolverhampton - 10th November, Molineux Stadium, 10am to 2pm
Coventry - 15th November, Belgrade Theatre, 10am to 2pm
Norwich - 29th November, The Forum, 10am to 2pm

(I'm querying Blackburn and Chelmsford etc where no date is given)

More details - https://www.thejobfairs.co.uk/job-fairs







27th May 2017 session of 'Alphabet 12' in Birmingham

Birmingham’s Project Aspie Second Series of ‘Alphabet 12’ started Saturday 29 October 2016 at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3DH.

‘Alphabet 12’ is an Autism Opportunity Group for people with Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism.

Harold “Hackie” Reitman, M.D. is the founder of neurodiversity community and resource site DifferentBrains.com. It is the only place where intellectual developmental differences (e.g. autism, dyslexia, ADHD), mental health challenges (e.g. bipolar, anxiety, eating disorders) and neurological issues (e.g. Alzheimer’s, Concussions, Parkinson’s, and Traumatic Brain Injuries) all converge under one welcoming roof. Dr. Reitman host the website’s weekly interview show Exploring Different Brains, and directed a 40 minute neurodiversity documentary- all of which is free to view on the site.

Dr. Reitman, a retired orthopaedic surgeon and former professional heavyweight boxer, wrote the Amazon best selling book “ Aspertools: The Practical Guide for Understanding and Embracing Asperger’s, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Neurodiversity,” which was published by HCI Books in the United States, and Souvenir Press in the United Kingdom. The book also features contributions from Pati Fizzano, an ESE specialist, and Rebecca Reitman, Dr. Reitman’s daughter who was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome in her 20s. Dr. Reitman also recently wrote, co-directed, and produced the feature length independent film "The Square Root of 2", starring Darby Stanchfield of ABC’s hit show "Scandal.” It is inspired by his daughter’s experiences in college.

Dr. Hackie Reitman’s recent speaking engagements include giving the keynote address with Tim Shriver for the AADMD at the Special Olympics in L.A., presenting at the USAAA World Conference, alongside other neurodiversity advocates including Temple Grandin and Stephen Shore, speaking at the 2016 AspenBrainLab hosted by the Aspen Institute, delivering a keynote presentation at the Neurodiversity Leadership Conference, hosted by AASCEND and San Francisco State University. His upcoming speaking engagements include speaking and paneling at this year’s USAAA World Conference, and speaking at the 2017 American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) conference at the University of Texas.

Dr. Harold Reitman's Special Webinar starts 1.10 pm and we hope attendees of May's 'Alphabet 12' enjoy Dr. Reitman's Webinar.

Justin Donne will be Web Host for Dr. Reitman's Special Webinar. Justin Donne was Host at Wednesday 22nd March 2017 Special Mid-Week Session of 'Alphabet 12' Birmingham which focused on 'Autism and Employment' which featured Lead Guest Speakers Paula Weerkamp-Bartholomeus, President of ReAttach Therapy International Foundation and Antonia Hatzfeldt from Auticon based in London.
The session also featured a Webinar from Special Guest Dr. Zoee Bartholomew from CA, USA.

Saturday 27th May 2017 session of 'Alphabet 12' Birmingham will also feature an interactive workshop for all attendees of 'Alphabet 12' Birmingham.

Project Aspie launched ‘Alphabet 12’ an interactive and versatile Autism Opportunity Group for people with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism to gain opportunities to live healthy and independent lives within the community.
This will be beneficial for people with Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism.

It is free and is suitable for people who meet the following criteria:

Aged 16+
Who have Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism
Living in Birmingham and West Midlands region
Wanting to meet other people with Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism

‘Alphabet 12’ offers Service Users the chance to explore opportunities that will bring Confidence and Motivation. This will include various Subjects Themes including Creative Arts, Education, Employment, Health and much more. Audience for 'Alphabet 12' also includes Advocates, Carers, Families, Parents, Siblings and Support Workers to name some examples.

Various Guest Speakers from different ages, backgrounds, cultures and professions feature on every monthly session of ‘Alphabet 12’.

Saturday 27th May 2017 session of ‘Alphabet 12’ takes place at The Learning Zone, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery between 1.00 pm till 3.00 pm. Networking and Refreshments is between 12.00 till 12.45 lunch time.

‘Alphabet 12’ Service User Anna says ‘I enjoy Project Aspie’s – ‘Alphabet 12’ as it has empowered me. It has given me a purpose and I want the project to benefit others’.

‘Alphabet 12’ is funded by Big Lottery Fund and is supported by Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

For more details and information on ‘Alphabet 12’ please feel free to contact Project Aspie on 07802 658 150 / 07821 548 904 or e-mail [email protected] or [email protected].







Event: Beat Depression Event
Day: Sunday 28th May
Time: 10am (also at 7am)

Location: Live from the Rainbow theatre 232 Seven Sisters Rd, London N4 3NX

Also at your local UCKG Help Centres;

Glyndon Community Centre, 75 Raglan Road, Plumstead, London SE18 7LB

54a High Road, London N22 6BX

17 Heathfield Park, London NW2 5JE

145 Upper Tooting Road, London SW17 7TJ

7 The Grove, London E15 1EL

71 - 73 The Broadway, Southall, London UB1 1LA

St. Andrew’s Road, London E13 8QD

234 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 4JP

UCKG Hammersmith, Unit 39, Broadway Shopping Centre, Hammersmith, London W6 9YD

20 Brenthouse Road, Hackney, London E9 6QG.

Pollards Hill, New Horizon Centre, South Lodge Avenue, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 1LT

12 - 14 London Road, West Croydon CR0 2TA

1 Bromley Road, Catford, London SE6 2TS

Eastfield Community Centre, Colliery Road, Eastfield, Wolverhampton WV1 2QY

Beechen Grove Baptist Church, Clarendon Road, Watford WD17 1JJ

Fulmerston Christian Fellowship, Fulmerston Road, Thetford, Norfolk IP24 3BG

12 Hartshead Square, Sheffield, S1 2EL

The Oddfellows Hall, 118b Oxford Rd, Reading RG1 7NQ (Sunday 6:30pm only) (meetings in English with Portuguese translation)

Church Peterborough, 70 Westgate, PE1 1RE

Asian Cultural Centre, Manzil Way, Oxford OX4 1GH

Gateway Conference Centre, 71 London Road, Liverpool, L3 8HY

Meeting Location 1: Springfield Stadium - Blue Room, Janvrin Road, St. Helier, Jersey JE2 4LF

Meeting Location 2: Jersey Arts Centre, Phillips Street, St. Helier, Jersey JE2 4SW

More - https://www.uckg.org/just-because-depression-cant-be-seen-doesnt-mean-its-not-real/

(Obviously given that evangelical Christian organisation and the venues etc if attending it won't be long before actively worshipping God is suggested as the solution - which isn't a problem if you already do that of course - but just know that such prosthelytising won't be far off occurring)






Positive Mental Health Group - monthly networking meeting dates for 2017. The group is open to anyone with an interest in promoting a greater awareness of mental health issues across the communities of Birmingham and Solihull. Your chance to share information, news & views with statutory agencies, voluntary sector organisations, user groups - and individual users/carers/staff. Come and join one of the biggest mental health networking meetings in the Midlands, every month! Just turn up - no need to book. Meetings include guest speakers, information table, light refreshments & a chance to chat and catch up.

Remaining meetings;

Tuesday 30th May - from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Tuesday 27th June - from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Tuesday 25th July - from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Tuesday 29th August - from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Tuesday 26th September - from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Tuesday 31st October - from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Tuesday 28th November - from 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Tuesday 19th December - from 2.30pm to 4.30pm

ALL MEETINGS ARE HELD AT - Matchbox Cafe, 38 - 40 Holloway Circus, Birmingham city centre B1 1EQ

Just a short walk from all city centre rail stations and bus stops. The cafe is located next to Birmingham LGBT Health & Wellbeing Centre, opposite the Chinese pagoda traffic island and the Radisson hotel.

Buses 61 and 63 stop at HF1 outside the cafe. The journey is just two stops from the Rotunda/Bullring centre, board buses outside the Boots store.

PALS (Patient Advice and Liaison Service) at BSMHFT can offer information on this group and other voluntary or user groups within Birmingham and Solihull - Phone 0800 953 0045

More - http://www.bsmhft.nhs.uk/service-us...oups-and-events/positive-mental-health-group/







Birmingham Mind Carer Wellbeing and Resilience Service - managing your mental health and wellbeing is vital if you are a carer. You need to be well to enable you to continue to be able support the person who needs your care. That’s why connecting with others, prioritising self-care and learning some skills to manage your own mental health, wellbeing and resilience is so important. Birmingham Mind are running Wellbeing and Resilience Sessions for Carers. In these supportive group sessions, you will meet up with other carers, share experiences, share and access information and to take part in some exercises to support your mental wellbeing.

The sessions take place every Monday from 11am – 1pm at the Beechcroft Centre, Erdington, Birmingham B23 7JG

You don’t need a GP referral or any mental health diagnosis to attend these sessions, but you do need to register in advance. If you would like to find out more, please contact Michelle for an informal chat on 0121 237 3761 or email [email protected]







Flo Vibe Festival

2nd - 4th June

A weekend to dip into yoga masterclasses, dance and movement workshops, lakeside revelry and treatments in the woods. When twilight comes, get your groove on and let your spirit soar to spellbinding musicians and DJs.

Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens, Northampton NN6 9LY

More - https://flovibe.com/






Suresearch is a network of Service Users in Research and Education. We welcome as members, users and survivors of mental health services and their allies, who have experience and/or an interest in mental health research and education.

Remaining 2017 meetings;

Wednesday 7th June
Thursday 6th July
Wednesday 2nd August
Thursday 7th September
Wednesday 4th October
Thursday 2nd November
Wednesday 6th December

Reasonable travel expenses are paid to members and guests who live in the Midlands, subject to a maximum of £15.

Park House. University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham B15 2RT.

Information on access to the venue can be obtained by emailing us at - [email protected]

Updated information on meetings will be on our website at - www.suresearch.org.uk





The Great Get Together : a community event that will be held on the weekend of the 17 - 18 June to mark the anniversary of Jo Cox's death. Asking people to throw a get together - it could be big or small, a street party or just sharing cake with friends and neighbours - and to use it as a chance to enjoy being together and celebrate what we have in common. We hope this can be a chance to bring our communities closer together. Jo's killing was designed to divide us and we can think of no better response than an anniversary that brings us closer together to celebrate all that we have in common.

If you'd like to get involved, please take a look at the flyer and visit the website to pledge your support - https://www.jocoxfoundation.org/






Calm Zone Stress Management with Dr Liz Croton

Venue - Barefoot Yoga studio, Harborne, Birmingham

Sat 17 Jun

3 - 5.30pm

Cost: £30 / £25 Early Bird when booked by 17 May

Simple, fast techniques based on neuroscience for eliminating anxiety, panic, depression, reducing chronic stress and self-sabotage, and gaining more freedom in your life.

More - http://barefootbirmingham.com/calmzone-workshop-g-p-lizzie-croton-sat-17-june-2017/#more-'





Walking Out Of Darkness - choose from the list below to register for the walk in Weston Super Mare;

Together, we can make a difference. Increase Mental Health Awareness, Suicide Prevention and End Mental Illness Stigma. Fundraise for any local or national Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Charity

Weston-super-Mare - 24 June

More - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/walking-out-of-darkness-10883871498







Yours Live magazine wellbeing events;

Thoresby Hall, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire. 7 - 10 July
Gunton Hall, Lowestoft. 6 - 9 October
Lakeside Village, Hampshire. 11 - 15 December

More details - http://www.yours.co.uk/2016/08/events2017






One World Camp

30 July - 6 August

Cannington, Somerset

Set in stunning lush countryside surrounded by trees and fields. The One World Summer Festival is a truly magical mid-summer event where humans of all shapes and sizes gather together for a week seeking education, like mindedness, love, super healthy macrobiotic food, and off the scale entertainment all in a unique atmosphere of rest and activity, fun and freedom, challenge and adventure. One World presents over 300 plus workshops and lectures over throughout the week. Our teachers are come from all over the world, and are dedicated and experienced in many therapies, natural movement and dance forms, exercise for physical and spiritual development, holistic health, arts, crafts and sports, as well as in specialist areas such as natural cookery.

More;

http://www.oneworldcamp.com/
http://www.oneworldcamp.com/backoffice/kcfinder-master/upload/files/programme v2.pdf






Refocus on Recovery

18 to 20 September

Nottingham Conference Centre

Call for abstracts – closes on 28th February – don’t miss out!

Refocus on Recovery 2017 is an international conference aimed at advancing the field of recovery research and to create an international community of influence. It is the largest regular scientific conference in the world on recovery for people with mental health problems and is presenting world-leading research about how people can live well with illness.

Keynote speakers come from the UK (Steve Gillard, Isabella Goldie, Jayasree Kalathil, Anu Singh, Mike Slade) as well as from India (Manoj Kumar), Canada (Kwame McKenzie), Germany (Jasna Russo) and Norway (Mark Hopfenbeck). We will also hear from Jenny Edwards (Chief Executive, Mental Health Foundation) and Ruth Hawkins (Chief Executive, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust).

It promises a great opportunity for learning and networking. For the three previous Recovery conferences, around 500 people came from 25 countries. There is a lively social programme, as well as the Gala Dinner, we have exciting creative opportunities such as the boomwhacker percussion energiser event, a ‘Story Shop’ offering a range of stories from people with lived experience and more….

Main conference themes:
Recovery for different groups
Prevention of mental ill-health
Re-situating recovery
Allocating resources
Registration and abstract submission are now open! Visit www.researchintorecovery.com/ror2017 for more information.

The Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham, Innovation Park, Triumph Road, Nottingham NG7 2TU

Email: [email protected]
Web: www.researchintorecovery.com/ror2017
Twitter: @InstituteMH #RonR2017







Holistic Ways Festivals in Scotland;

Aberdeen (Elphinstone Hall). 14 - 15/10/2017
Glasgow (Trades Hall). 4 - 5/11/2017
Edinburgh (Corn Exchange). 26/11/2017

More - http://www.holisticwaysfestival.co.uk/






From my local Trust;

National Health Executive - BMA finds 70% of children with mental health issues treated out of area - http://www.nationalhealthexecutive....with-mental-health-issues-treated-out-of-area


National Health Executive - Almost two-thirds of mental health trusts see ‘quality of care’ complaints rise - http://www.nationalhealthexecutive....th-trusts-see-quality-of-care-complaints-rise



NHS Digital - Out of Area Placements in Mental Health Services - March 2017 - http://www.content.digital.nhs.uk/catalogue/PUB23962



Centre for Mental Health - Audit of Specialist Mental Health Supported Employment in England - https://www.centreformentalhealth.o...mental-health-supported-employment-in-england



Mental Health Foundation - Two in three adults face mental health problems - https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/surviving-or-thriving-state-uks-mental-health



NHS Improvement - The Confusion Care Pathway - https://improvement.nhs.uk/resources/confusion-care-pathway/



Kings Fund – Turning up the volume: unheard voices of people with dementia - https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/news/...ia_care_bill_would_take_125_years_to_save_for



HSJ - New data shows work needed to hit eating disorder treatment standard - https://www.hsj.co.uk/sectors/menta...g-disorder-treatment-standard/7017921.article



Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust - Urgent Medical Mental Health Line launched to improve access to mental health support - https://www.nottinghamshirehealthca...-improve-access-to-mental-health-support-1820
 

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