Some more legal information for you. Please pass this on to anyone in your group who believe their relatives are being given experimental treatment on wards.
Denying your daughter access to medication on the grounds that she is at home and not in the care home is a violation of her human rights. Article 3 is an absolute right and allows no derogation. Various interpretations of Article 3 exist, however, depending on the definition of inhuman or degrading treatment. Doctors have a duty to draw attention to cases of inhuman or degrading treatment. For example, one may be obliged to inform the appropriate authorities if one felt a patient had received grossly inadequate medical or nursing attention on a hospital ward, or if the delay of an operation for logistical reasons had caused a patient undue pain or distress. Patient advocacy is particularly relevant for vulnerable groups, including children, the elderly, the mentally handicapped and the poor, who may be unaware that their rights have been violated, or are unable to seek remedy for their complaints.
Treating PTSD as refractive schizophrenia is perhaps the greatest error in modern psychiatry and cause untold suffering and waste of resources. Giving patient huge doses of Clozapine or other atypicals when low doses of Risperidone can control the symptoms is absurd and a terrible indictment of psychiatric ideology. Many patients currently dose to the maximum could benefit from a low dosage if the shrinks would simply think beyond the DSM and their rigid and irrational ideology.
Risperidone is a better drug than Clozapine its is active at far lower doses and is not associated with Agranularcytosis. It acts on the same neurotransmitter as Clozapine and i am convinced that this action is so different that the normal diagnoses of schizophrenia are wrong. Almost all other drugs act on the dopamine D2 receptor and cause extrapyramidal side effects such as ataxia and akasthenia. It would not be a major job reducing the Clozapine and introducing Risperidone. I have just seen this done at the local hospital and it worked perfectly well. The human rights law in Tanko v Finland states that if a patient is to be prescribed anti-psychotic medication they are entitled to the best.
Social services cannot override your daughter’s wishes if she is not sectioned and if she wants to stay at home she has every legal right to do so. It is not true that only psychiatrist can prescribe Clozapine. There are restrictions in that it must be dispensed via a Clozapine clinic but there are plenty of these and some GP’s are registered. Lying to patients and their nearest relatives is a serious breach of professional ethics and they must act at all times in your daughters best interests, that includes listening to what she wants rather than deciding that themselves. Failing to prescribe PRN medication is also a serious breach of medical ethics and threatens the well being of the patient. If they are hoping that your daughter becomes psychotic in order to justify reinstating the section that again is an appalling breach of ethics.
THAT CLOZAPINE CLINIC IS CHACE FARM ENFIELD AND HAS BEEN CONFIRMED BY LLOYDS PHARMACY IN GREEN STREET
SOCIAL SERVICES IS SOCIAL SERVICES ENFIELD. I HAVE CONTACTED NEARLY ALL OF THE COUNCILLORS AND NOW I AM GOING BACK TO THE HOSPITAL WITH MY DAUGHTER WHO IS STILL OK. THEY ARE IN BREACH OF MEDICAL ETHICS AND I WISH TO NAME ALL OF THOSE CONCERNED PERSONALLY. NOONE SHOULD DENY A VULNERABLE PERSON THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS LIKE THIS AND TAKE SOMEONE AWAY AND PLACE THEM IN A CARE HOME OWNED BY BY SOCIAL SERVICES NORTHAMPTON AND TRY AND GET MY DAUGHTER SECTIONED AGAIN SO THAT THEY CAN STEP IN AND REPLACE ME AS NEAREST RELATIVE OR M AKE HER A WARD OF COURT I WANT EVERYONE TO KNOW HOW I AM BEING BULLIED BECAUSE THIS SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICE HAVE BEEN WARNED ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS BEFORE. THEY HAVE TRIED SEVERAL TIMES TO GET RID OF ME AND SPENT A FORTUNE ON PRIVATE CARE FOR NEARLY 3 YEARS IN WALES.