Following a highly competitive application process, we’ve been selected as a national ImROC recovery pilot site.
Looking at a photo of Rose Pope, dress size 22, from September 2009 you wouldn’t recognise her. Now a size 10-12, happy and energetic, Rose, an outpatient service user, tells us of her amazing New Year’s resolution and how she shed five and a half stone.
If you’re a patient in the community you may be asked for your views of our services in a survey distributed by the Care Quality Commission in January.
One in 15 of us becomes depressed in winter and suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Get some tips on beating the winter blues.
We’d like to wish all our patients, carers, staff and partners a very Happy New Year.
Clive Bonnett, Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist at Broadmoor Hospital, has been awarded an MBE for services to healthcare in the Queen’s New Year Honours List.
The CQC today lifted the final two conditions of our registration on West London Mental Health Trust saying that: “The trust has made a tremendous effort to ensure that it is fully compliant with the essential standards.” (Colin Hough, Regional Director for London, CQC).
Severe cold snaps can have dramatic effects on everyday life, especially for those people who are already vulnerable as a result of their age, illness or disability. Follow these tips to keep you and your family warm and well in extremely cold weather.
The snow’s been falling this week at some of our sites, and our staff have been doing their very best to keep services running as usual and keep our sites safe.
The Mental Health Foundation has compiled its top tips for staying healthy this winter and maintaining good mental wellbeing.