Real life in a real home

By: Garnett, Isabelle.
Series: Community Living 34 (4) Summer 2021: 12-13. 2021Subject(s): Bartzis, Nicola | Bartzis, George | Sugarman Healthcare, UK | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | AUTISM | INPATIENTS | ISOLATION | RESTRAINT | TRAUMA | SUPPORT SERVICES | PARENT ADVOCACY | UNITED KINGDOMSummary: Describes how Nicola Bartzis' son George was admitted to mental health inpatient units twice, both times because of unmet needs and inadequate provision rather than mental illness. She has subsequently managed to find a new provider which enables her son to live safely in the community and help him to recover from his traumatic experiences in the ATU.
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Describes how Nicola Bartzis' son George was admitted to mental health inpatient units twice, both times because of unmet needs and inadequate provision rather than mental illness. She has subsequently managed to find a new provider which enables her son to live safely in the community and help him to recover from his traumatic experiences in the ATU.

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