The Hell of Residential ‘Care’.What it feels like, and the shocking physical toll.

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So what does it feel like, to be Thomas Rawnsley, or, any one, of the hundreds of thousands on state enforced polypharmacy?

This is their ‘community living’, their independence, their future, their life, until death.

Their ‘care’, costing the public purse on average £4,000 per week.

Without, the huge pharma bill.

As described by Thomas’ mother Pauline, in her, now removed, Facebook page, written, before Thomas died at 20, after just 2 years, in his MCA state enforced hell .

Imagine YOU are trapped in a unit or a home which is locked, you have no choice over when or what you eat, when or if you go out, what you wear, when you go to bed, when you watch TV, what you do minute to minute is dictated by people you have not chosen to ‘look after you’.

Your family are only allowed to visit occasionally.

Staff are present when…

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