We saw a patient who was hospitalized for eight weeks this patient had now medically fit discharge.

‘We saw a patient who was hospitalized for eight weeks this patient had now medically fit discharge, but was waiting for a place in a nursing home in the community, the patient was judged on numerous occasions by. A cognitive impairment, but had no access to any activities or stimulation in the hospital. ‘.

Patients before meals. We also observed people talk about other patients and the treatment while performing tasks in the bay areas such as making hospital beds. A nurse was interrupted by a health care assistant, was provides comfort comfort to a patient , was visibly annoyed. ‘.. ‘. Employees were not always with patients in discussions about their care and treatment, for example, in talking about patients We observed staff in talking to other patients or staff during business tasks such as putting on other disposable aprons.– fact sheet everything from antidepressants, the prevention of suicide, of cannabis and psychosis, family support for treatment and recovery.

Executive Director from SANE Australian Barbara Hocking tells, ‘ this is often the story told of mental disorders – the impact on the young people a brother, nurse or parent of of mental illness such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar or anxiety disorders. ‘These young people is a a high risk group. Not only are they the management of confused and impotence of a family member mental illness, but without support also tend experience are psychic illness itself This is may be a vicious circle, escape is difficult can be may Many can not they are the only ones this is happening and that they did not for help. ‘.