It’s easy to forget yourself when you’re caring for someone with schizophrenia. But "me time" is a must to avoid burnout.
Complete care for schizophrenia often includes a mix of doctors, mental health professionals, and nonmedical experts. Learn more about the key members of your loved one’s treatment team.
It's not always easy to stay informed about their care. These tips can help.
How caregivers can tell when their loved one's treatment plan needs an adjustment.
Wondering if a loved one is on the verge of a relapse? Here’s what to look for.
Cognitive impairment and schizophrenia often go hand in hand. As a caregiver, you can help with daily activities, communication skills, and more.
Empathy and positive reinforcement can help them stay the course.
Caring for someone with schizophrenia isn't a one-person job. Here’s how to build a network of support.