In our latest blog we meet Chris, a service user on Madison Ward, a specialist medium secure service at Cygnet Hospital Bury for men with a personality disorder and enduring mental health needs. In the blog Chris describes how he initially struggled to integrate and how working with the psychology team helped him to settle on the ward with the help of a bespoke package of care.
In our latest blog Lee Hammon looks back at his 21 years with Cygnet Health Care, from joining us as a management trainee through to his current role as Cygnet's Chief Commercial Officer.
In our latest blog, Angela, a service user at Cygnet Wallace Hospital, talks about her journey so far and her goals for the future.
As Pride Month draws to a close, Jon Van Niekirk, Group Clinical Director and Interim Chair of Cygnet’s LGBT+ Network, shares his reflections on why Pride still matters and what it means to him personally, plus an update on the work of Cygnet’s LGBT+ Network.
This week is Learning Disability Week (#LDWeek2021) and Sibusio (Busi) Mudimbu, Service Manager at Old Leigh House in Essex, reflects on how the pandemic has impacted the lives of residents and celebrates the team spirit that has helped to keep them occupied, supported and well cared for throughout.
In our latest blog Kallam, a service user at Cygnet Sherwood Lodge, writes a powerful and moving account of his journey from a suicide attempt as a teenager through to the present day where he is looking forward to discharge and ultimately a career in mental health and psychiatry.