I have registered to attend their event to be held in Newcastle.

if anyone else interested
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-next ... 1577655425

I haven't but my cousin has. It took yrs to complete and I attended some of the meetings with her, as well as the inquest. That was an experience in itself. The outcome was in her favour, but the issue she fought for was that someone be held to account for her hubbys treatment and then death.

Copy of checklist can be found on this link
https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... -checklist

This is 1st stage, and only if there is a 'positive' outcome does it go further for the full assessment.

I wouldn't merge them Rosemary, different readers are attracted to different threads/ different headings. Very interesting Chris, thanks for that. Somerset is the bottom 10 ... (How come council tax in those London boroughs is so much lower?) Melly1 No problem. As I hadn't had time to follow all th...
I don't know if these tweets are available to read to non members. Can you let me know as if not, I can post a few examples later


We see families buckling under the strain of caring, with support whittled away as services close due to budget cuts. And we are prompted to consider what it must be like working in this environment – forced to reconcile a commitment to acting in people’s best interests with options that are patent...
Available on several websites.

I would try your local library 1st.

from Twitter..

#BBCPanorama #CrisisInCare airing on 29th May & 5th June: moving show highlighting the horrific pressures on vulnerable people due to the cuts to #socialcare and why vital reform is needed #Conservative candidates are you watching? It's #TimeToCare!

I have just finished watching the recording of it. I think my eyes filled up within the 1st 30secs. How a person could be so vile, so evil, to any other person but especially those that are vulnerable. Using all their triggers to make challenging behaviour far worse - I don't think there are words t...