Again after some difficulties, again, logging into this site, I am back to share developments:
Retired I am not, but a small state pension, gives me a little more flexibility than before during 10 years of representing myself in the legal case against the detriment caused after a Public Interest Disclosure in the NHS. Due to breaches of the law during the process - beginning with the fact that I was unrepresented throughout, justice has not yet been achieved. In 2018, after Jeremy Hunt's statement before Parliament after the Gosport Enquiry, I decided to bring a new case against the UK Government for failing to protect me from those breaches of the law. Delayed by covid, this is now pending before the Court of Appeal.
While no longer registered as a social worker, I remain available for private consultations, reports and even expert witness work in a limited field of experience - round MCA, MHA, quality of care OP, personal independence for disabled, care planning.
I am very pleased, that I can occasionally offer some suggestions for people struggling with issues around Continuing Care NHS funding, through the fb page 'Care to be Different' and share some insights related to the Hearing Voices Movement, on fb as well.
I also pursue my research interests - how inner resources help to overcome crises. More of that hopefully soon.
Some past papers can be found here
without being part of any of the related denominations, from my non-religious perspective, I am delighted about the platform of 12-step-spirituality and zoom meditations:
looking for ways to further support women and a secular approach in this.
For some relatively minor health issues - as they may creep up on someone approaching 70 - I have been fortunate to use the EHIC - as an EC-citizen with Settled Status in the UK, or, as I have recently described my home for 25 years- the self-isolating island....