A lot of people think of mental illness as the disheveled homeless man, or the person walking down the street talk to themselves, but it’s not. It’s your friend, it’s your neighbor, it’s the person down the street,” said Dr. Peter Delany, director of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality.
This is a quote from Linda Paindexter, I thought it really nice way of describing the way we should look at mental health and your disorder, Amanda. Remember this when you feel bad about yourself or others do something to make you feel bad about your disorder. Most people are misinformed about psychosis and many other things when it comes to mental health disorders. You are a strong person Amanda, look at this whenever you feel otherwise.
This image shows mental disorders where. The face is washed within the surroundings trying to make an identity. The emotions shown on her face shows depression and vulnerability and how helpless she looks
After the CQC report on quality of care, Anna Dixon asks if acute hospitals are providing the right care for people with dementia. One in four patients in acute hospital beds has dementia. The recent Care Quality Commission report on dignity and care highlighted the experience these elderly patients suffer in some of our hospitals. Patients experience a lack of holistic, person-centred care that meets their physical, mental and social needs.