The parents of Ellie Woolnough in latest article in the Guardian – continuing concerns and more lives lost due to failures and a reluctance to care.

The parents of Ellie Woolnough feature in this Guardian article, talking of their daughter Ellie’s hope, how the trust were racing to discharge her and reluctant to give the correct care, concerns also shared by a local GP and campaigners. ‘It might have been different’: how Norfolk and Suffolk NHS foundation trust is failing mental […]

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Letter[s] to NHSE regarding the deaths crisis (and their NON reply..)

17 February 2024 The Campaign wrote to the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and the other organisiations on the 11 December 2023 due to their continuous silence rather than holding Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) to account, amidst more repeated failures and more public uncovering of the death crisis. The letter from the campaign:

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Letter to CQC regarding the deaths crisis at NSFT (and their reply)

17 February 2024 The Campaign wrote to the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and the other organisiations on the 11 December 2023 due to their continuous silence rather than holding Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) to account, amidst more repeated failures and more public uncovering of the death crisis. The first letter was sent

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Another life lost after mistakes made and failings with NSFT’s crisis line and gaps in services.

Mrs Maggie Harvey, 67, sadly died in her home whilst experiencing a mental health crisis. Mrs Harvey had moved from Suffolk to Norfolk, therefore moving from the Bury St Edmunds community mental health team in Suffolk and was reluctant to accept care from the Norwich team. The inquest uncovered her move caused miscommunication, confusion and

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Following the inquest into the death of 27-yr old Ellen ‘Ellie’ Woolnough

(Photo credit: from Ipswich Star, article – ‘NSFT criticised in inquest for Ipswich woman Ellen Woolnough’) During the last week of January 2024 and the first week of February 2024, there is an inquest underway, for Miss Woolnough who was a service user who died whilst under the care of NSFT. Miss Woolnough had suffered

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Campaign is calling for families to provide evidence for a police investigation into the deaths crisis at NSFT

Campaign Calls For Bereaved Families in Norfolk and Suffolk to Provide Evidence For Police Investigations The Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk is calling for bereaved families of people who have died whilst under the care of Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) to come forward with evidence of negligence. Last

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Impossible Searches for Help and Gaps in Care – ‘The Bodies Keep Piling Up’ – Pleas for Change from Bereaved Mothers.

One of the country’s worst mental health trusts is in the news again yesterday after calls from bereaved families grow. There is a push continuing for a public inquiry into unexpected deaths, and pleas for change due to gaps in crisis care and impossible searches for help. Emma Woolfenden, the mother of Kai Mogg, 18,

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Inquest of family in Costessey causes coroner upset in court

Reports have been covered by ITV Anglia of the inquests into the deaths of family, Bartlomiej Kuczynski, 45, Kanticha Sukpengpanao, 36, Jasmin Kuczynska, 12, and Natasha Kuczynska, 8. Samantha Goward, the Norfolk area Coroner was holding back tears, reaching for tissues and visibly crying within the court. These deaths prompted the stalling of the RightCareRightPerson

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