Impossible to improve : institutions must go

By: Clare, Jo.
Series: Community Living 34 (3) Spring 2021: 20-21. 2021Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | AUTISM | SUPPORT SERVICES | INPATIENTS | MENTAL HEALTH | ABUSE | RESTRAINT | ISOLATION | NEGLECT | BULLYING | HUMAN RIGHTS | FINANCIAL INCENTIVES | UNITED KINGDOMOnline resources: Click this link to access the report "Less Than the Sum of the Parts" Summary: Notes that assessment and treatment units have long been the antithesis of a place of safety, with a high incidence of injury, restraint, abuse and neglect of basic healthcare. Believes that their very model of care is actively harmful and creates the conditions for human rights abuses. Cites a report produced in 2020 "Less than the Sum of the Parts".
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Notes that assessment and treatment units have long been the antithesis of a place of safety, with a high incidence of injury, restraint, abuse and neglect of basic healthcare. Believes that their very model of care is actively harmful and creates the conditions for human rights abuses.
Cites a report produced in 2020 "Less than the Sum of the Parts".

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