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[Solved] CAFCASS Post Natal Depression

 
dadspleasehelpme
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Post Natal Depression (PND) was addressed in CAFCASS report.

CAFCASS officer viewed no safeguarding concern for both parents.

The s7 report states that mother admitted to suffering from PND:

"suffered from PND but decline any support from healthcare professionals".

s7 report states that:

"Unless additional significant concerns are raised by mother's GP, they'll continue to support child living with her mother".

GP notes state "no mental health concerns are recorded with us".

This indicates she hasn't addressed her mental health concern.

Do you think lay magistrate will support this if I dispute it?

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Topic starter Posted : 26/04/2020 12:09 am
warwickshire1
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No nothing will come of it. Best not to raise any further issues as your ex doctor is not reporting any concerns.

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Posted : 26/04/2020 12:22 am
Deirdre5
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of course, he will support

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Posted : 22/11/2020 12:45 am
Deirdre5
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Many people with a diagnosis of personality disorder manage well as parents. However, some parents with diagnoses of personality disorder do need some help. Most people with a diagnosis of personality disorder have a history of childhood abuse or neglect, and some may therefore need guidance in understanding how to keep their own children safe and cared for. Many people with a diagnosis of personality disorder struggle to manage relationships and emotions, and some may therefore need support in responding to the behavior of their children. Some people with a diagnosis of personality disorder cope with stress in self-destructive ways such as self-harm, substance abuse, eating problems, or sexual risk-taking, and these people may need help in ensuring that their children are not affected by their behavior. It is this latter category - those parents who are harming themselves, and whose children are witnessing them harming themselves or whose unborn children are affected by them harming themselves - who are most likely to attract the concern of professionals.
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Posted : 27/11/2020 7:41 pm
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