Stand to reason: social justice in mental health are a charity tackling the mental health taboo.
“In today’s world, in today’s language, that probably makes us “bonkers”, but we have a vision of a changed world, one in which it will be common sense or stand to reason that people who have experience of mental distress and ill health deserve the same respect and consideration as those with physical ill health and problems.”
“Serious mental health conditions may require particularly imaginative approaches by employers but is not an insurmountable problem”
Yesterday, Jo and I went to Stand to Reason’s ‘Celebrating Recovery’ conference at City Hall to pester politicians about Mindapples. And within five minutes of arriving, we’d already got Alastair Campbell’s five-a-day! In case you can’t read that, it says: Sleep Family / home Exercise (including playing football) Bigger cause (including Burnley FC) Laughter (see…
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