I recently suffered from really bad chest pain and was forced to call 111.
2 paramedics arrived at my home from East Midlands Ambulance Service.
Two Lady paramedics entered the lounge via the front door and Hall.
We have a four year old house Rabbit called Beauty who was in her house hutch at the time.
The blonde paramedic stated that she did not agree to rabbits being in the house and that because she had a job to get her big bag via the rabbit hutch she was not happy.
If I had of not been in so much pain I would of asked her to leave my property forthwith.
Anyway they carted me off to the Hospital.
A month later I was very shocked to have a voice mail message left on my mobile phone answer phone.
The paramedic had reported the incident to social services Leicestershire adult team without informing me and without asking my permission.
Yes she had breached the Health and Social Care Act of 2014 by not asking my permission to make the referral and doing it behind my back.
She had breached the policy on person centred care NO DECISIONS MADE ABOUT ME WITHOUT ME.
All patients should be involved with all decision making with regards to their care and permission should always be asked with an explanation given with regards to all hospital procedures and other issues.
By her poor practice the paramedic has breached the Social Care Act of 2014.
She had also made assumptions that were totally wrong.
A part of the Health and Social Care act of 2014 warns against making assumptions.she has well and truly breached this policy as well.
I was in total shock and asked the social worker what allegations had been made .the social worker informed me that no allegations had been made.
She didn’t agree with a house rabbit being in my house and that was it.
My rabbit is fully litter trained and is very well behaved sits and lies down when told and is as clever as a dog or cat and cleaner than a dog or cat.
The paramedic had stated that my kitchen was cluttered but she had not ever set foot in my kitchen or anywhere near my kitchen so wrong assumptions made again.
The case was closed within 24 hours by social services.
I put a subject access request into Social services and East Midlands ambulance as well as a complaint to East Midlands ambulance service.
Nearly 10 weeks have passed and I have still not had my complaint dealt with.
But they have removed all documentation via my subject access request and the policy of the right to have all discrepancies removed under the right to be forgotten clause GDPR Policy 28.5.2018 this has been removed from all social services files and East Midlands ambulance service files.
This very rarely happens so the conduct of the paramedic must of been wrong for all documentation to be removed.
Also it took Leicestershire social services a month to contact me.
Yes a whole month for me to fall through the net .and become another LA failings if I was seriously at risk.
I complained to Social Services about this and because of my complaint there is a new policy out between Leicestershire social services and EMAS for social services and EMAS for a quicker turnaround policy.
I have not only managed to change policy but also have managed to have all documentation deleted under the right to be forgotten clause GDPR policy 28.5.2018. and this very rarely happens.
I even told Social workers that I would never ever trust a social worker in my life via past experiences of trauma via my 3 year old son having a fracture of the right tibia after jumping from the bath and landing awkwardly.
He was taken into care for 12 weeks in the end the LA and powers to be backed down and stated the fracture could of been caused accidentally.
May Son was diagnosed with OI brittle bone disease six weeks later an event that ruined my life forever thus the incident with adult services all caused. by a much loved house Rabbit .
I have asked the HCPC to investigate the paramedic very poor practice.
Photographs of my very clean kitchen and conservatory with no clutter have been forwarded to EMAS and social services.