Hear about the importance of early diagnosis and optimistic outlooks from a patient’s point of view.
Marie, a patient talks about her struggle with schizophrenia and the relief that comes in finding the right treatment. Dr. Baruch talks about the importance of early diagnosis and optimistic outlook she has for the future of schizophrenia treatment due to the great treatment strategies that are available now.Visit website
A corporate development director at Special Olympics Michigan shares his inspired story of growing up with schizophrenia in the home, and the life lessons learned along the way.Visit website
For those with schizophrenia, a challenging part of dealing with the disease is what happens after the voices or hallucinations calm down. For people like Brandon Staglin and Travis Webster that journey includes workouts, exercises, and gaming for the brain.Visit website
Emily Robinson’s documenting what life is like with her Mother Cindy, who has been living with schizophrenia for decades. Her project, You Are In This World aims at documenting what it’s like and to help humanize the issue for others.Visit website
Artist Kevin Nordstrom shares what it’s really like to live with schizophrenia. Using his artistic talent of drawing Nordstrom helps to communicate his unique point of view about the illness.Visit website
Artist and photographer Alice Evans suffers from terrifying hallucinations and schizophrenia. Her journey of now 10-years, now includes trying to help others understand that psychosis is more frightening for those experiencing than those watching.Visit website
An informative Reddit thread asked what it was like to be in a schizophrenic’s shoes for a day. The responses were plentiful and were designed to help break the stigma by sharing the stories from those living with it.Visit website