betterinrecovery wrote:Dear Napayshni,
I have just had a cursory read of your post.
I am quite shocked at the treatment that you have received, not just from your neighbour but from the services that are supposed to be protecting you.
May I suggest, that as a means of protecting yourself, that you make a copy of your post here, write a covering letter to you G.P. and then take them along to your surgery: make sure they are addressed to your GP by name. Hand them in.
In your covering letter ask for a letter of acknowledgement or receipt.
In this way you are clearly telling the Statutory services that you are not getting the help that you need.
The statutory services have a duty to look after you and keep you safe.
Permit me to read through your post again and then I might have some more ideas.
I want thank you though, as two of my relatives are on the autistic spectrum and reading your post has given me a bit of a better understanding of the condition, for example, I am less likely to move their things and I will be more patient if people need to check things.
Do your best to keep yourself safe.
c.j. wrote:What does your neighbour do?
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