Improving Carers’ Experience

Information for Mental Health Carers in East Sussex

This information is for people who are concerned about a relative, partner or friend because they may be experiencing a mental health problem.

 

 

The Improving Carers’ Experience (ICE) Project is funded by East Sussex County Council to

  • Offer information to Carers across East Sussex, usually this takes the form of courses or workshops.
  • Provide training for staff and volunteers around carers’ needs.
  • Involve Carers in supporting the project and to become actively involved in monitoring and developing mental health services locally

See our new ‘Useful Contacts’ pages for an updated list of useful resources



NEW PAGES ADDED in 2018

ICE has just produced a ‘ Crisis Care Information‘ handout. This was put together with the help of some carers and we are very grateful for their input. There are paper copies to distribute locally but it is also available on our new CRISIS CARE page.

COMING SOON

2019 Carers Week Events across the county

Days which focus on a particular topic and give you chance to talk about how you are finding the mental health services at the moment

Watch this space for further information!

 

 

Call/email us on the numbers below to book a free place or for more information

Contact

alan.icepro@btconnect.com

jane.icepro@btconnect.com

07483133543

MH is used for mental health and MH issue as a general description of a wide range of symptoms.

‘Patients’ is a term usually reserved for those in Hospitals and in an attempt to make the terminology less medical and disempowering there are several terms in current use, most commonly ‘Service User’ or ‘Client’ or ‘Cared-for person’.

Thanks to Gill, Maggie, Deidre, Gordon, Stephen, Julie, Derek, Ian and others who helped-a lot.

Heringtons (the solicitors) who gave us some free information.

logoSussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust staff who helped with information, corrections and suggestions and paid for this information to be printed in booklet form in 2016 and 2018.  

                                                               www.sussexpartnership.nhs.uk/

logo-large                                    East Sussex County Council who fund the project.   

                                     https://new.eastsussex.gov.uk/

 

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