Concerns have been raised about the care a "beautiful, vibrant" young woman received.

Ayeisha Coates Mohammed died at the age of 20.

An inquest into her death is taking place at Bolton Coroners Court.

Ayeisha was pronounced dead on February 13, 2021 after she was found at Radbourn House, Radcliffe Road in The Haulgh.

Pathologist Dr Patrick Waugh confirmed she was found hanging in her home at the time of her death, while toxicologist Dr Julie Evans reported cannabis and cocaine were found in her blood stream.

Coroner Rachel Syed heard how, as a care leaver, Ayeisha lived an extremely challenging life, struggling with mental health challenges and drug problems.

Her adopted parents were deeply concerned about the apparent lack of coordination between agencies.

Ms Syed said: “It seems that the family have particular concerns about the continuity of care, that she was essentially passed from pillar to post and there was no longevity of care.”

Mum Katherine Coates Mohammed told the hearing her daughter was a “beautiful person inside and out” “vibrant” and “a really kind and thoughtful person” but struggled with Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder, Depression, and with forming stable relationships.

Her complex needs were apparent from a very early age, the inquest heard, and as a former looked after child she remained the responsibility of Oldham Council despite moving to Bolton in 2017.

The inquest heard from representatives of Bolton Council’s adult safeguarding team, Oldham Council, Achieve Recovery Services, and Kildonan House GP surgery how referrals and were made between them but a “unified approach” appeared to be lacking.

Ms Mohammed had also been severely affected by the lockdown restrictions, which left her isolated throughout much of 2020 and into 2021.

Sarah Edmonds, team manager at Bolton Council adult safeguarding, confirmed that her department had worked with her between November 2020 and her death in February 2021.

She admitted details of Ayeisha's next of kin were not kept on their system and that no one had attempted to contact them after a home visit on December 16 failed to elicit a response.

Further evidence will be heard at the inquest’s conclusion next week.

conclusion next week.