While a shy teacher (Moritz Bleibtreu) travels to meet the woman he loves, he picks up a hitchhiker (Christiane Paul) who has feelings for him.
Before the lockdown, that was a busy life for Shannon so that, between volunteering in your local charity shop, keep up with your arts and crafts, Hobbies and catching up with families
But in just a few months, a lot changed.
In July Last Year , Shannon , who has Down syndrome, lost her mother to cancer. The two were very close and would meet for coffee and shopping trips and would video call each other two or Three Times A Day .
Then in March, when the Corona-Virus pandemic will sweep across the UK began, Shannon broke her ankle.
This made it impossible for her to stay in her first-floor apartment, where they had lived semi-independently, with regular visits by employees, since you are at college in Yeovil two years ago.
Shannon , 24, had to get around to the beginning with a wheelchair, and had to be in a strange home. On top of that, the government do not visit the restrictions to the global pandemic led on 23 March, meant, their family and friends were able to.
"had you, in a temporary respite placement and lockdown happened, she was very confused," Claire says. "You don't understand why she couldn't see, she knew people. "
It was then that Shannon contractually Covid-19.
Though Shannon was not revealed in the high-risk category of Covid-19, Nhs England has, after pressure from campaign groups, 515 people with a disability died with Covid-19 between the ages of 16. March and 22. May.
Nhs England confirmed this number is likely to be higher, and understand the exchange of data with Public Health England "to help us better the impact of the Covid-19 people with a mental disability". It is not clear when this analysis will be published.
As a sociable type of person, Shannon found it difficult to distance themselves from Other People and at the same time uncomfortable. Claire says Shannon was angry taken place in the direction of the employees, and discussions about the question if a new secure placement is The Best option for you.
Shannon -main supervisor Caroline Sinfield not want this to happen. She worked with Shannon for 18 Months and was worried that her behavior might get worse, if it was moved to another strange place with more people, you don't know.
Richard Shannon ' s father, was also very worried. "I was really against it, and the Social Worker was against him, but he was in a corner really, to try to go to, compliance with the [coronavirus] rules and the search for somewhere for Shannon , where you are safe and happy. "
no one in the vicinity of the Shannon she wanted to move to a secure unit Far Away from your family. And so Caroline came up with a solution. You told your bosses that you have to be with Shannon , while she recovers from coronavirus, if you could find somewhere to stay.
Shannon and Caroline have been Living Together now for More Than Two Weeks , along with Mia, Caroline chihuahua-Jack-Russell-cross. I phone Shannon , as you out with Caroline in The Garden , and I ask him how he is. "Well, I'm on vacation with Caroline , and Mia, and We Are going to bake a cake," she says.
Caroline did not believe that you have done something special for Shannon . "We Are in such a wonderful place, in a beautiful house and a beautiful garden, and we just enjoy each other's company and enjoy the nice weather.
"Shannon is much happier with people she knows and trusts. It was not to make a difficult decision, I signed up to volunteer, no one expected me to do it and no one has asked me to do it, I just knew Shannon was in trouble, and why shouldn't I? I have no family obligations so I am free as a bird. "
Shannon had worse neck pain for about four or Five Days , but your symptoms. The Aldingbourne trust is not assumed, Caroline -PPE to protect herself, although she laughs, "cooking dinner with a visor on is just practical. "
"sit and eat pizza. It is amazing when you consider how she was coping strategies in the current environment, where you don't know someone, and it was all very unusual.
"It makes me Very Very proud to be working for an organization that went on to get great lengths, as a good result for someone who ended up possibly later in a service in which you are so much worse.
"you have, perhaps you are stuck in a Mental Health service, where the very environment would have exacerbated their challenging behaviour and it would be a circle where you would have stuck there. "
After the Challenging behaviour Foundation, the average total length of stay in inpatient units Is 5 . 7 years. The Foundation says that people can be in these units, the "restrictive measures (such as physical, prone to mechanical and pharmacological interventions). "
"you have to go through them all, and she is really happy with Caroline ," says Richard.