Monthly Archives: November 2014

Life is better because of you Rosie D!

I continue to be amazed how after six years the language of mental health systems has changed in Massachusetts. All because of one little girl named Rosie D and a group of lawyers who felt the eleven plaintiffs had a … Continue reading Life is better because of you Rosie D!

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Acute mental health care for kids: a mirage in Massachusetts?

It’s that time of year again.  Oh wait, it’s actually several months too early.  The “seasonal crisis” around psychiatric beds for children and teens has shown up far earlier this year and with a vengeance.  According to the calendar, there … Continue reading Acute mental health care for kids: a mirage in Massachusetts?

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