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We are looking to talk to parents about medical negligence

Richard_ScopeRichard_Scope Posts: 2,733

Scope community team

edited October 2019 in Cerebral Palsy
Are you the parent of a disabled child and currently going through the medical negligence process? Are you able to help?
We are looking for parents to test Scope's medical negligence advice. Please contact me on [email protected]
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Specialist Information Officer - Cerebral Palsy

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  • dolfrogdolfrog Member Posts: 440 Pioneering
    Currently here in the UK we have a great deal of medical professional negligence.
    In the case of our family the failure of the UKs Audiologists to explin the 4 different types of Auditory Processing Disorders, and provide assessment, diagnosis, and support in all the UKs NHS Trusts.
    Then there are the incompetent medical professionals who should be working as part of a support team for all who are clinically diagnosed as having an Auditory Processing Disorder - Audiologists, Speech and Language, and Psychologists. They describe our issues using different terminology to best suite their egos, and income needs, and fail to understand and provide the support those of us who have Auditory Processing Disorder (the main underlying cause of dyslexia) require. 
    Such is the corrupt nature of the UKs so called medical professions
  • PhilG111PhilG111 Member Posts: 13 Listener
    We went through the whole process. Didn't go so well for us. We didn't lose as such but then we didn't win either.
  • dolfrogdolfrog Member Posts: 440 Pioneering
    @PhilG111
    Such is the corrupt nature of our medical services here in the UK. Professional bodies only wanting to hide their ignorance and incompetence, surrounded by administrators who continually work to market their employers public image, while failing to understand the real issues, and get the so called medical professionals adequately trained and qualified.
    Pure professional negligence, hiding disability discrimination and victimise by medics. 
  • Richard_ScopeRichard_Scope Posts: 2,733

    Scope community team

    @PhilG111
    I had a very similar experience. Would you be happy to give your opinion on Scope's medical negligence advice? If you are I can put you in contact with my colleague who would be very pleased to hear your thoughts.
    Scope
    Specialist Information Officer - Cerebral Palsy

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