Recovery Across Lothian. Moving from Awareness into Practice. Others definitions.
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Moving from Awareness into Practice
1. Learning from Lived Experience
2. Peer Support
3. Training and Development
4. Encouraging the organisation to recover
5. Support Evaluation and Research
“Recovery for me would be for Brendan to have the best quality of life regardless of illness - to be as happy, independent and optimistic as possible - to have the ability to do something with his life regardless of what it is - to have friends, relationships and be loved”.
“Although I’m not active in the financial economy I’m active in the social economy of volunteering which has been of great benefit and has helped me enormously”.
“Maintenance is not good enough. We are real people, who seek empowerment to discover and fulfil our potential”
“One of the most important things was that the staff at Redhall were able to hold the hope for me when I was unable to see it for myself and they refused to give in to my despair”.
Recovery is embedded in mental health nursing in Lothian
Positive and Possible
Able to demonstrate a move towards recovery orientated practice
What is happening in your area?
What has worked well?
What should we avoid?
How to keep mental health nurses included and learning from each other?