to the benefits and the duty of Do the GovernmentÕs plans employers under the law to mak e for mental health services reasonable adjustments to enable include helping people get people who become mentally ill to on with their lives? retain their jobs. Crucially there are no references to the responsibility of In the last issue I commented on the mental health services to play a role in Government’s vision for ‘safe, sound removing the barriers to citizenship and and supportive’mental health services social inclusion. as set out in Modernising Mental Hence by implication, the job of a Health Services (1998). It was in many modern mental health service is to ways both disappointing and worrying. focus on treating people and Although it acknowledged stigma and maintaining them out of harms way; noted environmental factors, including with the responsibility resting with social exclusion and unemployment, as other agencies for ensuring that they are causes of mental ill health, it was felt supported in leading a normal life with by many people to have dealt full citizenship rights and the inadequately with the undesired and opportunity to work. unnecessary effects of mental illness - This did not augur well for
A Life in the Day – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 2000
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