P.A.S.T-Present & Future

There are hundreds of thousands of individuals here in Wales whom have problematic experiences of medication (prescription, over the counter & online) through tolerance, side effects, mental and physical reactions, dependency, withdrawal issues .

PAST  Awareness  Day at the assembly. 11/12/2018

Q & A from the Assembly Awareness

PAST  provide Awareness Training Days:
(group learning, online articles, videos, literature, and discussion forums).

PAST  provide Support:
(through mutual self help on individual and group basis – being there to listen, signpost and assist  in gaining access to appropriate relevant health and wellbeing agencies).

PAST help at hand
Prescription Awareness Support Team
What we heard:
“There’s no one to help, no support and no one to talk to. Somebody should do something about it”
– PAST are that ‘SOMEBODY

PAST.WALES is a charity dedicated to raising awareness and giving support to those affected by medication.

PAST Meeting
Come along to PAST’s meeting.

contact us by email –
theteam@past.wales.

click to learn more about PAST.Wales

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PAST Prescription Awareness & Support Team
PAST Prescription Awareness & Support Team1 day ago
The above is a quote from Roy Porter a historian specialising in the history of medicine. It is an old quote as sadly Roy Porter died at a young age in 2002. It is some weeks now since I resigned f…
PAST Prescription Awareness & Support Team
PAST Prescription Awareness & Support Team2 days ago
New study links pregnancy/post natal depression and Fluoxetine ( Prozac) and the affects that could last for generations through the children...😳

https://www.madinamerica.com/2019/01/study-links-antidepressants-decreased-coping-behaviors-across-generations/