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Working With Parental Mental Health Problems

Working With Parental Mental Health Problems.

Contemporary issues in child protection seminar series, Bryony Beresford at University of Stirling.

This learning resource has been adapted, with permission, from the video 'The Relationship Between Brain & Behaviour in Dementia: You're the Expert', developed by Torbay Council, Social Services Department, was designed for the carers of people with dementia. It explains how symptoms are caused and how they affect the behavioural patterns of people with dementia.

Webwatch June 2010

The challenges associated with caring for someone who suffers with psychosis – a set of symptoms that include delusions, hallucinations and confused or disturbed thoughts – can be overwhelming. Psychosis is a symptom of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and schizoaffective disorder, and can also be a symptom of dementia, some forms of personality disorder, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and other illnesses.

Professor Kenneth Norrie, Professor of Law, University of Strathclyde.

Fred Stone Memorial Conference. Child and Mental Health Law, Glasgow, 7 May 2010.

The Protection of Adults Vulnerable Through Mental Disorder: Legislation and the Role of Social Work, the Local Authority and the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland.

George Kappler, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland.

Glasgow School of Social Work Research Seminar Series: 15th January 2009.

Case studies from mental health

Neil Quinn (East Glasgow CHCP/GSSW) and Lee Knifton (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and GSSW). Glasgow School of Social Work Research Seminar Series: 19th April 2007. The soundtrack from the video clips played during this lecture are reproduced with the kind permission of Scottish Television.