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No voice unheard, no right ignored consultation closes tomorrow

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No voice unheard booklet croppedIt's not too late to get involved - one day to go!

On 6 March this year, the Government launched 'No voice unheard, no right ignored' - a consultation about and for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health issues.

You can read more about the consultation and the ways to respond here.

This is your opportunity to express your views on how best to support and protect the rights and needs of those living with - or caring for people with - learning disabilities and other cognitive conditions.

You have until 11.45am tomorrow. Even now, your opinions will count!

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  1. Comment by J Falklner posted on

    Everyone needs encouragement to admit to mental health issues at whatever stage in their lives such issues may emerge, for the long or short term. Although a few are excellent in the sphere of mental health issues, employers need help, encouragement, training, to support employees who develop mental health issues, and to employ people with long or short term mental health issues, or those with permanent, life-time, mental health issues. These two areas need addressing, and need Action immediately, and ongoing.

  2. Comment by Jacqui posted on

    Some of the mental health nurses are not trained to restrain people and bones are being broken !!!
    St Anne's needs more beds, my granddaughter is in a mental health hospital waiting to come back to Poole it's been over six weeks she is 21 now.
    There are so many more people needing help these days and we do not have the help out there!!