Being unwell or in need of additional support, particularly if as a result of a life threatening or chronic illness, can present significant challenges to mental health and wellbeing. Healthcare and social care staff within generic and specialist services are in a unique position to improve mental health outcomes for those they are working with. A supportive relationship between patient and healthcare professionals has a positive impact on improving self-esteem, self-confidence and life skills. All of these are significant protective factors for an individual’s mental health and wellbeing.
The provision of counselling and support services in primary care has been shown to be effective for the detection and management of depression. A targeted practice-based consultation can contribute to reducing depression in teenagers, and Health Visitors have a key role in screening for and treating post-natal depression.
A large number of underage children and teenagers are in a social care program. Apart from being separated from their parents, they are facing many emotional issues, so it’s essential to provide them particular attention and care. They are often placed in the families who can offer them support, but the reality is entirely different, and many of them experience traumatic experience. That’s why our organization offers special conditions and programs for children who are in a social care program and help them adapt to situation easily.
On the other hand, prisoners also fall under a social care, and just because they are convicted, it doesn’t mean they aren’t people. Like everyone else, they are facing the challenging situations in prison and, they need some extra support. Party our programs are designed to help troubled people in the social care system, considering the number of people who are struggling with mental disorders.
Primary care services can play an effective role in enabling people with mental health needs to stay in, or regain, employment by promoting supported employment schemes, up-skilling practitioners to facilitate job retention, and offering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) where appropriate. They also have important roles in supporting people who have been long-term unemployed through chronic pain to improve their mental health and sense of wellbeing. Expert Patient Program, and social prescribing schemes have an important role in supporting and empowering individuals with a wide range of ill-health problems.