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Apr 11 2018 3:59 AM Post #295
Location : Austria, Scheifling

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Charles H
Mar 13 2018 19:35 PM Post #294
Location : Base UK

13th March 2018
A heartfelt posting is going around at the moment that deserves much wider circulation. Based on a series of WordPress postings by FINOLAMOSS it is a tragic commentary on the perils of presuming that ‘inclusion’ provides the only acceptable solution to all who seek lifestyle security and fulfilment.
Thomas Rawnsley dead three years. Still no answers

Sunday was the third adversary of Thomas’s death.
He was a fit 20 year old, born with Downs Syndrome , later labelled autistic..
Thomas’s abuse and death is a testament  of our society, morality and humanity.
His mother was not allowed to stay with him during his last night on earth. Her access had been prescribed since he was 17.
She was not even allowed to be alone with him when they switched off his life support machine. No private rooms were available.
The only ‘kindness’ shown was an attempt to obtain his body parts.
Working full time, Paula was to bitterly regret her cry for help with a teenage Thomas.
Unknown to her, a yellow star was already next to Thomas’s name – Downs and autistic.
His fate was sealed.
Social workers came in, assessed, and were over critical of his behaviour – he had pulled down a curtain .
CAMHS got involved and he was medicated with halopidol and respiridol, an overdose made him fit.
Fluoxetine was added making him fly into hypnotic rages from which he recovered with terrible remorse., unaware of his actions.
As with all autistic and learning disabled, Thomas’s only support was his ‘ independence’ from his family.
So at 17, he was removed from his Mum, Dad and sisters to his own 24/7, 24 hour carer attended bungalow owned by Homeleigh Ltd, now bought by Cambian, complex .
But his ‘independence’ did not even afford him freedom from abuse.
For 6 months, a 4ft 10 inch Thomas was kicked by a large 54 year old experienced worker, into his bedroom , his fingers bent back with the words ‘lets see how many I can break this time ‘.
This was two years after Winterbourne View aired.
The Recorder said, ‘We have to respect those who care for our young disadvantaged’ .
Thomas was then removed from Homeleigh to an Adult Treatment Unit for more medication, as workers said he distrusted them.
Paula gave her job up to care for Thomas but couldn’t get him back.
As Thomas was worth too much – over £6,000 a week to ‘independent’/’community living’ as under 25, paid by LA. NHS and D of E.
And £9,000 a week to a mental hospital.
Thomas was the first inhabitant in his new ‘home’ Kingdom House in Sheffield, opened a month earlier, it had not yet been inspected by CQC, and was still half empty when he died .
My own daughter was to be taken there, the very day Thomas died, after stabilisation in a holding bay.
A care worker remarked to me, ‘They are rounding them up and making pin cushions out of them.’ 
But Thomas would not be beaten into submission, his spirit was indomitable, and he died.
The Coroner postponed his inquest in July 2016, to allow an investigation by NHS England .
This investigation would determine the remit and evidence of any subsequent inquest.
Already Paula had had to crowd fund to pay for a lawyer and toxicology reports.
NHS England commissioned Thomas’s Cambian ‘Care’ via Sheffield Clinical Care Commissioning Group from Sheffield Health and Social Care Foundation Trust, a private company since 2015.
So NHS England would be liable if it found Cambian caused , or contributed to Thomas death.
Although the tax payer Paula would pay the bill.
Below is a reminder of Thomas’s fate in pictures taken by Paula.
Think of the many not photographed , as deaths under MCA DOLs and MHA soar.
With just 1% even internally investigated and even less  inquests will be held when Medical Examiners are appointed in April.
With no juries or legal aid available at inquests for those, like Thomas ,dying under a Mental Capacity Act Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards .
Paula’s words posted before Christmas,
‘This time of year isn’t just hard because my son isn’t here to spend it with(although that’s hard enough on its own). Its the memories of a child’s suffering(my child)of him crying for me and begging for help, its memories of him telling me people are hurting him, of people dismissing us when we were screaming out!! ‘
Charles H
Feb 26 2018 19:03 PM Post #292
Location : Base UK

Thanks you for your posting -regret unable to translate.
Feb 26 2018 15:24 PM Post #291
Location : Germany, Bielefeld Windelsbleiche

Uma dieta detox pode durar entre 3 e 60 dias.
Charles H
Feb 21 2018 21:18 PM Post #290
Location : Base UK

Follow up message to Caroline Dinenage, Minister for Adult Social Care and Disabilities.

Further to my email of the 19th February and my proposal that the terms of the Oxfam judicial review should be extended, I feel obliged to submit further justification.
There can be little doubt that the indiscriminate dismantling of vital support services for people with learning disabilities has left current and future care in the community policies in total disarray. Much trauma and distress for the families affected could have been avoided if significant lessons that should have been learnt from history had been taken on board.
Regrettably, therein lies another major problem that deserves closer scrutiny, the historical evidence relating to the most critical era in the history of support services for people with learning disabilities has by default or intent been omitted or blatantly covered up.
One has only to look at the ‘Timeline of learning disability history’ published by the Open University, with the approval of numerous other UK Universities, to recognise that there are glaring gaps in the period when sound evolutionary policies were being transmuted into ‘politically correct’ dogmas that have since proved to be disastrous.
This has been the work of a relatively small group of ‘would be pioneers’ who inherited a legacy from the real pioneers who had successfully set in progress the foundation for rational and achievable care in the community policy. A legacy that has since been decimated and thrown away.
Incredibly, the small group allowed themselves to be brainwashed by a few individuals who fulfilled their own limited agendas. But where were the mass of other intellectuals and academics who permitted this to happen at immense cost to the victims?
An extended judicial enquiry is surely warranted to explore thirty years of wasted financial and human resources, and more seriously, the human suffering that has arisen because of irresponsible responses to misinformation?
Charles H
Feb 20 2018 0:12 AM Post #289
Location : Base UK

Dear Caroline  Dinenage, 
The appendage refers to your new role as Minister of State for adult social care, but as it is an open letter which will go out on social media, I felt I should inform you first, but could not locate a Ministerial address. I  found this to be the only way to draw it to your attention, although I am not one of your constituents. 
I am a long standing independent campaigner, author and contributor to social journals and popular press, on behalf of people with learning disabilities and their carers.
Best wishes.
Charles Henley    


Re Oxfam judicial review
 It is very sad that a judicial review has become necessary under such circumstances, but a judicial review concerning the conduct of major charitable organisations dealing with vast amounts of taxpayers and voluntary public donations is long overdue.
As Minister of State overseeing adult social care, the Department of Health and Social Care, Caroline Dinenage has been given an impossible task. She has a responsibility, on behalf of carers, and in the interests of her new role, to press for an extension to the current judicial review on Oxfam. This should include the criteria upon which ALL charities appoint paid CEOs, and to the extent to which major charities have been allowed to misuse their resources and influential power recklessly. As a consequence, adverse influence on policy direction has directly threatened all levels of people with learning disability, particularly the most profoundly disadvantaged. 
Extended correspondence with successive Mencap CEOs led me to point out to Janine Tregelles, current CEO, on the 31st January 2017,  “…..that Mencap’s executive team comes over as a team devoted to accumulating money  and controlling large numbers of staff as the  corporate side of the business continues to grow”. It would seem that, as Mencap HQ has grown richer, service support options for its membership and fellow sufferers within the community have got increasingly poorer. Janine did not agree, hence my continued pressure for open debate in the public domain.  Something is seriously amiss if the taxpayer, and the public who are constantly pressurised for voluntary contributions, are footing the bill for expensive corporations who now seem so out of touch with their original purpose for existing. What better option to restore sanity to future rational and achievable policies, than a judicial review before care in the community is irretrievably lost?
I have recently had personal correspondence with Gareth James, formerly the Lead for Dementia and Disabilities, who, although very polite and amicable, regrettably clearly did not grasp the complexity of the task with which he was burdened. Can there be the hope that Caroline will have a wider perspective?
Charles H
Feb 13 2018 11:14 AM Post #288
Location : Base UK

Thank you for your posting. umahihu. I regret I am unable to translate.
Feb 13 2018 10:28 AM Post #287
Location : Dęblin

Szybkie pożyczki bez zaświadczeń
Charles H
Jan 31 2018 17:38 PM Post #286

Reply to uhyruh.
I do not possess a cell phone and I am not intending to get one.
Best wishes Charles H
Charles H
Jan 27 2018 22:40 PM Post #284
Location : Base UK

This message was sent to Meridian TV and Community Care 27th January 2018
The appointment of Caroline Dinenage as Minister of State overseeing adult social care, the Department of Health and Social Care could be the political ‘kiss of death’ for Caroline, or the first glimmer of hope for the 1.4 million families with members who have learning disabilities. It could well be that she will be the first Minister since Enoch Powell in the 1960s who has shown genuine concern for this vulnerable and disadvantaged section of our society.
But first, there must be recognition that care in the community is in terminal decline. The hemorrhaging of vital services over the years, and the cover up of the betrayal of these people by academics and major charitable organizations responsible for their welfare, needs to be scrutinized and debated. Will this happen?
Extremely doubtful, for to hand back responsibility for social care for people with learning disabilities to the Department of Health in the light of its past dreadful performance (Institutions and the ‘chemical cosh’), suggests that absolutely nothing has been learnt from social history.
For further insights and information, please refer to my website
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