A Report by the Health Service Ombudsman and the Local Government Ombudsman about the Provision of Section 117 Aftercare
Great Britain: Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman, Great Britain: Local Government Ombudsman
The Stationery Office, Oct 29, 2012 - Medical - 36 pages
This report concerns a case claiming for funding for care under s. 117 of the Mental Health Act 1983. The Ombudsmen found evidence of some failures of the part of the concerned Trust and Council, but in the absence of any consequent in justice that could be identified, did not uphold any of the complaints
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