When treating a service user with an eating disorder, you must change the environment for them and provide treatment. This is something our Sussex Family Eating Disorder Service believes is crucial and aims to help the families and carers ensure they can give the best environment for users to recover. We spoke to Vicki Lucas about what a typical day is like as a Paediatric Liaison Practitioner in the service, along with believing in yourself when you start a new career.
Sussex Partnership has always been at the forefront of mental healthcare and the support of military personnel. However, there is always more we can do to. This has been the case since 2000, when we helped lead the way in the implementation of the Military Covenant, In addition to being awarded Silver in the Employment Recognition Scheme. Andy Stubbs supports our goal in this and is helping lead SPFT to ensure that we keep up to date with guidelines and contumely improve our trust. We spoke to Andy about the Military Covenant, how we support military personnel and plans for the future of the trust.
The Hellingly Centre team help service users involved criminal justice system, get a second chance in life each day. Luke Evans, took us through a day in the life on Elm ward.
While working at Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust, we want you to feel supported and listened to no matter your sexual orientation. To ensure that we always have a voice in the conversation as we progress and improve our services, we have our Time Out LGBTQI+ Network.
Are you looking to get healthy and help raise funds for the trust? Our Heads On charity are challenging you to walk, run or jog to help them raise vital funds for Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
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