Locked in a room, when you are 90 and if you have dementia and significant physical and cognitive impairment is horrible. It is cruel and harmful. It is what our older folk have to do, whilst we, the rest are out and about, living it up.
In Glasgow, if you say somebody or something is mental it means little more than whatever they are doing or saying doesn’t make sense. It isn’t pejorative. In the world of health and care where the stigmas of good and bad still at times run rampant, mental can have a different implication. In general, itContinue reading “Mental”
Inspection does not engender a feeling of trust; even when you have little trust in the people in your organisation responsible for your welfare, better usually, the devil you know.
…where, through an over reliance on targets, process and objectification, people became dehumanised, and where, with the current extreme pressures within the system, fixating on waiting times, bed-occupancy and length of stay, we risk falling into a similar trope.