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  • Author : Amour_Et_Psyché
  • support : 1
  • Topic : Our stories

Hi @Mon0497,


First of all, welcome to the SANE Forums! Smiley Happy I apologize that it has taken a little while for you to receive a response.


I am so sorry to hear about what your daughter experienced in the private hospital. It is completely understandable that you are feeling frustrated and are thinking about taking matters further. It sounds like changes to your daughter's treatment approach happened so quickly, which left you feeling uninformed and powerless in her recovery - this leading to your daughter's condition worsening. Again, I am so sorry that your family had to go through this experience.


In terms of gaining access to her blood and radiology results, I wanted to know how old your daughter is? If your daughter is over 18 years-of-age, this complicates the matter of gaining access to her results in terms of privacy and confidentiality - I get the sense she is 18 years or older? However, if your daughter is under 18 years-of-age, or you have Power of Attorney or a relevant Guardianship Order, then you may be able to access such reports more easily.


For more information about what your rights are, given your unique situation, it may be worth contacting:


Mental Health Legal Centre
1800 555 887 
Tuesday 6.30pm to 8.30pm and Thursday 6.30pm to 8.30pm, EST 


The Mental Health Tribunal (the Tribunal)
1800 242 703


I hope these resources are somewhat helpful for you! If you need any support, or feel it would be helpful to share your experiences as a carer to your daughter with the forum community, please feel more than free!




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