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House visits - November 4th 2010, 04:11 PM

So, my mental health nurse phoned up earlier and said it may be easier to have a house visit from now on as we live a while away from the clinic.

I knew this happens sometimes (my next door neighbour had one who went to the house) but how out of the ordinary is it? Would it feel odd? Also, I'd prefer to talk to her on my own so would she have to come in my room or something? People are back and forth my house all day so it would be odd in the living room.

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Re: House visits - November 4th 2010, 04:48 PM


I think it's pretty normal and everything, however, I know I wouldn't want it to happen. I always make sure I see mine at the hospital, and then my young carers worker and social worker at school because It's to awkward at home!

If you don't like the idea, or if you are worried you won't be able to talk to her at your home environment, tell you you;d rather not do it because of that. She's there to work with you yeah!

And I am guessing she suggested it to make it more appropriate for you? Do you have struggles getting there an back?

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Re: House visits - November 4th 2010, 04:50 PM

Could you maybe do a "house" visit at your local public library? It might be easier to get to for you, and less awkward than at your house. Usually libraries have small rooms you can rent out for a few hours so you have privacy and everything.

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