Lack of Parity in Treatment in the Mental Health Care Field: Recently, the u.s. house of representatives passed a bill to ensure equal treatment between patients, mental, and physical health-related treatment. However, this equality shows that it is just a lack of fair treatment when it comes to me and my fellow mental health consumers, and how we were treated by the medical system as a whole. It is understood that we are in the existing service, which is available to us, as well as a high standard, taking care of the customers ' satisfaction-that of all people will get. This is as it should be, regardless of whether the payments are being made through public or private insurance companies, which allows us to access those services.
Maybe it's that mental health is a stigma that is still available. This stigma is not only among the general public, but also in the ranks of mental health professionals who are part of the physicians, nurses, social workers, and many others. On the other hand, it is possible that the "powers that be" do not look on the anticipated needs of the care of the kind that we have, and it is undeniable that the existence of its setting, the life-and-death as a natural need. We have detrimental effects not only emotionally, but also physically. The stress that we experience as a result of poor conditions of the hospital, and with the use of a detailed plan is designed to treat the person as a whole in order to achieve a recovery, are the ones that should be carefully considered in relation to this policy.
First, by having a look at the members of the treatment team, which is our own, it becomes clear to me, from my experience, I can receive the service as a consumer, and to observe the implementation process and the behind-the-scenes conversations with colleagues, while working as a peer to peer service provider, such as stigmatization have far-reaching consequences, and we are often seen as a thorn in the side of the health-care system. As a consumer, I come across rude and distracting voice lowering to a mental health technicians, and nurses, even though it was only a question of it. Doctors often give the ondəqiqəlik for a period of time, then you have to say what you feel, and if you're asking a question about your care, you may receive an answer in a manner that is in line with the active support, of which you, the consumer, need to keep this in health and care plan. It was a social worker, who did not respond to phone calls, because they knew that you were in the way, and I was a social worker who told me that if it was his will, that you're never going to be taken to the hospital. These are just a few of the most expensive things that we, as consumers, in the field of mental health, are being treated for. Many consumers are aware that we do not have the ability to provide them with feedback, and we believe that our opinions are going to make a difference to someone, even if it is, do it.
If it is, in fact, arashdırılmayıb, and even the most hardened of hearts would burst into tears in order to look at the items and conditions, we will have to carry, as the consumer is trying to recover from an episode, psychosis, depression or any other key. They have to find a hospital with beds that represent nothing more than a thin layer of foam cushions, to go to sleep. They will have to find a church that can accommodate up to fifty people, two short-term beds, and two rooms in the afternoon. When there is an opportunity to go outside, climbing up and down a concrete bridge with bars on the top and on the sides, and only thirty meters away, according to the space for a walk. In some institutions, there is a total number of fifty, of the people in the congregation should be in the room. A lot of the time, it's unkempt and unsanitary, and consumers often use the showers, no hot water, and a little bit of soap. In these circumstances, consumers will have difficulty in maintaining quality and hygiene standards.
These are just some of the conditions that can be compared with that of a hospital ward, which has two of the patients living in an institution, where the pain is being treated. When it comes to food, I just can't go there.
As you can see, the lack of equality, it becomes clear that there is apparently nothing to be done. No quality, no education for health care professionals. I haven't seen any, upgraded amenities, and there is still no consumption, the saving of the use of personal data. This means that a lot of consumers are still far from the goal of recovery. And there has been a recent uptick in customers who are affected just as badly, medical care, and have been forced to buy the pins and needles, medications, and other treatments of the court of justice. These are the people who now call themselves "survivors of a psychiatrist"." In my opinion, this is not the most important thing is that the court must protect.
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