Hannah Hart is a paid spokesperson for Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Through the ups and downs of her mother’s schizophrenia treatment journey, internet personality and bestselling author Hannah Hart has learned how important it is to have the right support. As her mother’s caregiver, Hannah witnessed the years of hardship her mother endured struggling to find the right treatment plan and realized she needed help.
Whether you, like Hannah Hart, are supporting a loved one living with schizophrenia or are living with schizophrenia yourself, it's important to find the support you need. Start here and use the information below to have a discussion with your doctor, social worker, case manager or other member of your treatment team.
An important goal in any treatment journey is to control symptoms and delay episodes as much as possible. There are a lot of different things you and your treatment team can do to make sure that happens. Download our guide for more information to get you started.
Managing your schizophrenia symptoms daily can be challenging, especially during times of uncertainty, and stress may increase your risk for an episode. Creating a plan to navigate a schizophrenia episode* can help make a difference in a crisis. Download and complete a personal preparedness plan to help you and your loved ones plan ahead and take action when an episode strikes.
*An episode is defined as a relapse.
As you make progress in your treatment journey, you
might consider including some supportive treatment
options, such as:
Work with a case manager to identify opportunities to continue schooling or vocational training.
Partner with your treatment team to learn more about programs to find meaningful paid or volunteer work.
These programs connect men and women with treatment team members who live with schizophrenia and can offer support on common issues.
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