Living with mental health issue cyberspace discrimination

Mental health care: good, bad, or just plain ugly?

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Living with mental health issue cyberspace discrimination

Post by embleton » Mon Jan 18, 2016 3:54 pm

The visibility of those living with mental health issues with major charity organisations that do support individuals accordingly is astonishing. And I'm going to be slightly critical with my views of a charitable organisation that supports myself personally with direct payments that are offered according to with a mental health section 117; those that have been admitted to psychiatric hospitals under a section 3 come under the latter act. I should state that even though I using them as an example, the views I express are extensively visible throughout professionally run organisation whether charitable or otherwise across the World Wide Web, relatively, and does not just cover the World Wide Web only, but is more extensive in cyberspace.

Enham Trust is the charity organisation that supports me with direct payments in the community, accordingly. Those living with schizophrenia, affective disorders; namely bipolar and schizoaffective disorder and major depression would usually come under those classified within a minority group requiring extensive support within the community with their disabilities and complex needs, but this is not exhaustive.

Surprising none of those living with these disabilities is viewable on their website, and even though they do have a contract(s) with their clients, as they do have a contract with Plymouth City council that would be the case, and I also assume they have more extensive clientele within this minority section of our society. The terms concerning mental health or living with or even the term mental health does not appear in any search of their website, surely this should not be the case. Are charitable and other commercial organisations ashamed to be associated with this section of a minority group in our society because of negative press reporting, are they not doing that themselves by excluding our section of society?

As a general term, those concerned should state living with a physical or mental disability on their websites.



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