My speech is around 39 minutes into the recording February 2021 Day 2 - Session 1 - Early intervention and prevention (2991272) (on24.com)
Published in RETHINK https://www.rethink.org/news-and-stories/blogs/2020/08/bpd-covid-19-and-me/ Sue Wheatcroft is a campaigner and group coordinator who lives with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Winner of our prestigious Janey Antoniou award in 2019, she’s made huge inroads in challenging stigma and creating change for people living with mental illness. In this blog, she explains what it is like living with … Continue reading BPD, COVID-19 and Me
https://www.independent.co.uk/independentpremium/long-reads/prison-old-prisoners-elderly-ageing-healthcare-reform-a9377746.html With more than triple the number of prisoners aged 60 and over today than there were 15 years ago, the strain of caring for them is having detrimental effects on their health... and the system. Emily Goddard reports · @emilysgoddard Bolted gates, closed doors and impenetrable barriers – of both the physical and symbolic kind – are … Continue reading Dying on the inside: Britain’s ageing prisoner problem
Grassmoor, Derbyshire 23 February 1960 I was born in the second house along on the left. They could well have been my nappies! The houses were demolished two years after I was born, and we moved to Tupton. unfinished...