Adult Secure Service User, Family and Carer Feedback Survey during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
The report summarises all of the findings from the survey we undertook from April to June 2020 about the experiences of people in secure services during the pandemic.
“Historically, pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine their world anew. This one is no different. It is a portal, a gateway between one world and the next. We can choose to walk through it with all of our baggage. Or we can walk through lightly, with little luggage, ready to imagine another world.”
I have been in services for 9 years in various hospitals around the country and it has been very challenging at times for me and my family. I didn’t think until now, that the challenges we face as a family would test us any further, until Covid-19 came. It came and shook everyone up as a nation, for me I didn’t expect to go through anymore heartache but the challenges that coincided with the virus were unexpected for everyone, especially me.
I don’t know about you, but I love pudding and custard! When I was in hospital, we had it nearly every day and sticky toffee pudding and custard was my favourite!
We’re delighted to have been asked to write a blog for the fabulous website of the even more fabulous Yorkshire & Humber Involvement Network. We’re Ian and Gaby from Rethink Mental Illness.
Hi All,Thank you to everyone who has officially welcomed me to my Secondment, I have already been around the network for a while and you may recognise me from Waterloo (where you will still find me part time)
Hello everyone!! Happy New Year!!So last year was full of exciting developments, here we will mention a few…
So the dust is settling after our 4th annual conference, held at the National Coal Mining museum in Wakefield and sponsored by Cygnet Healthcare!
Here is the video that we made in the Network for the Royal College of Occupational Therapists, alongside Imagineer who did the graphicing and filming from Patrick Bannon.
Holly and Jo here from the Yorkshire and Humber Involvement Network, with our first ever blog post!We are super excited to be here talking to you on our brand new website, and we hope you are also excited to be here and that you are enjoying having a browse!