ubu's Chief Executive, Dorothy Jarvis-Lee, has welcomed the Government's commitment to take mental health 'out of the shadows' of the NHS, but says that we now need proof that these words will become a reality.
Dorothy explains her thoughts on Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg's mental health announcement in Care Industry News; the number one UK care news site for independent care providers of elderly & adult care.
To find out more about the Government's new strategy and read Dorothy's full article dive deeper.
As a company which cares for more than 500 vulnerable adults in the North of England and the Midlands, Dorothy explained how ubu provides a unique care and support package for vulnerable adults, often with the most complex needs.
Read Dorothy's full article here: Care Indsutry News
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Speaking before the Government's mental health startegy was announced, Nick Clegg expressed his thoughts on how the NHS treats mental health patients, saying it is "just plain wrong" to treat the illness as the "poor cousin" of physical health. Mr Clegg said the issue still faces "too much prejudice, too much discrimination."
The new mental health strategy, named 'Closing the Gap', focused on the stigma that surrounds mental health which makes it so difficult for many people to seek help and be treated.
Swim on to read the article in Care Industry News and find out how ubu's uStep programme is working to support individuals to live the life they want.