graham wrote:Davies, the marks on the ceiling would be concave, if they were convex they would be bumps.
Jan the old one wrote:I agree with you Jan, these people are not placed in places where they can be monitored and helped so they are sent out there alone to get on with it. I guess they dont have the resources anymore. the couple next door have mental health issues but they are no trouble, but she did get pregnant and have a baby in the flat though in dirty situation and also they dont wash either so the hallway smells bad at times. As ambulance staff had to break in to get to the baby and was told its not clean in their flat because they cant look after themselves. Social services placed them there and went. They had nothing in the flat a neighbour said for years, even got cut off electric as well and sat in the dark. They got a dirty old bed from the bins and took that to their flat to sleep in. Social services have started to bother again now to look in on them...the baby was taken away.Is it local authority/housing association who placed him there, would it be worthwhile if thats the case in informing the relevant department who could approach the team that is supposed to be keeping an eye on him? How long has he lived there for and was he making this noise from the beginning?
It's very sad that vulnerable people like he seems to be are placed in accommodation where he can't be monitored and helped.
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