The Benefits Of Working Well With Families Who Have Relatives In Forensic Services
27 April 2022
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
“Families are now increasingly considered as a critical source of support during the rehabilitation process of their mentally ill relative and are regarded as crisis intervention specialists because they handle relapses and emergencies and protect vulnerable family members” (Wynaden 2007).
“Because carers are often traumatised by the admission of a loved one to secure services, early identification is even more crucial.” (Neil Churchill, NHS England, Director for Participation and Experience)
This webinar examines the issues affecting families with relatives in forensic services. It offers helpful and practical solutions for health and social care professionals to work better with and give better support to families and carers, helping the rehabilitation process of their relative.
- Presenters: Jonathan Beebee (Chief Enablement Officer and Nurse Consultant PBS4), Jez Harris (co-chair NHSE’s Parent Council and Family Ambassador NHS England), Lucien Champion (Head of Investigations, Mental Health Homicides, NHS England Southeast), Jan Sunman (Making Families Count).
- All participants will receive the programme in advance, a resources pack with supporting information after the webinar, and a certificate of attendance.
- Learning outcomes