Alzheimer’s Society has launched a new initiative called Dementia Friends to improve people’s understanding of dementia and the ways they can help people who experience this often distressing condition.
You can now tell us about your experience of the care we provide, the environment and our staff using iPads and online surveys.
Groundbreaking research into what influences the brain to produce a chemical linked to serious mental health disorders has won the prestigious Royal Society of Medicine prize for the most outstanding original research work in mental health during 2012-13.
The King’s Fund has been commissioned to lead on an important project examining lessons learnt from deinstitutionalisation.
West London Mental Health Trust’s new peer support scheme uses the empathy and experience of people who have themselves used mental health services to support people who are currently undergoing treatment.
West London Mental Health Trust is aiming to improve the way it meets the needs of all its service users, carers and staff through a new post of diversity adviser.
We’ve launched a new text reminder service for patients who use our London services.
Providing meaningful work opportunities for service users can sometimes be more beneficial in recovery than anything else we do here at the Trust. That’s why we’re working with Ealing Council and Accession Social Enterprise…
Patients and their carers now have a place to turn to 24 hours a day when they are experiencing a mental health crisis.
The Trust’s gender identity clinic is featured in the latest episode of Keeping Britain Alive on BBC2.