Comfort home for mentally depressed

by Medindia Content Team on  January 3, 2006 at 7:30 PM Mental Health News   - G J E 4
Comfort home for mentally depressed
A joint report from the NHS Confederation has recommended setting up comfortable homes for people with mild mental illness, as accommodating these people in psychiatry and mental hospitals could aggravate their illness. The NHS confederation wanted the private sector to provide these home care facilities but should be covered by the health insurance. The NHS Confederation recommends these comfortable homes for mentally disturbed people as they don't need drug treatment but require mental support and personal counseling.


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thats a very true fact.....we shud give mental support n belongingness to those people...coz situations make them so....its not their own fault too....we shud b most kind n considerate towrds them....they mayb just wanting a gud listener 4 their words....
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