Interactive Conversation Tool

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This unique resource was developed based on insights from caregivers as well as people who are living with schizophrenia. You may use it to help start a more meaningful conversation about schizophrenia management with members of the treatment team, including the doctor, or with your loved one. To get started, simply answer a few short questions. When you're done, you'll be provided with personalized Talking Points & Tips as well as a Summary that you can use during your next appointment with a healthcare professional, or when talking to your loved one.

Which describes you?

I am a caregiver of
someone who is living with schizophrenia

Do you have permission from your loved one to speak with the treatment team about his or her schizophrenia management?

I am one of the
many people who are
living with schizophrenia

What is your relationship with your loved one who is living with schizophrenia?

To help provide you with questions that are relevant to your situation, please select one of the options below describing your loved one.

The person who is living with schizophrenia is my:

How does schizophrenia affect you and your ?

This section will also help confirm that we're asking questions relevant to your situation.
Please select the best responses to the following statements:

I'm confident that my loved one will be able to lead a fulfilling life despite his or her schizophrenia.

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My relationship with my loved one is constantly strained.

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I read up on the latest news regarding schizophrenia, including medication options as they become available.

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    For each of the following questions, choose the response that describes the best answer for you.

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    • Talking Points & Tips

      Talking Points & Tips Print

      Your Interactive Conversation Tool Talking Points & Tips

      Use these personalized tips to help have a more informed discussion about schizophrenia management, including treatment options. Be sure to read, print, and bring this page to your loved one’s next appointment with the treatment team. And feel free to bring your Interactive Conversation Tool Summary page with you, too. Talk to your loved one's doctor, as they are the best source of information about schizophrenia.

      Use these personalized tips to help have a more informed discussion about schizophrenia management, including treatment options, with your loved one. Be sure to read, print, and have this page with you during your conversation. And feel free to use your Interactive Conversation Tool Summary page, too. Encourage your loved one to talk to their doctor, as they are the best source of information about schizophrenia.

      Use these personalized tips to help have a more informed discussion about schizophrenia management, including treatment options. Be sure to read, print, and bring this page to your next appointment with the treatment team. And feel free to bring your Interactive Conversation Tool Summary page with you, too. Talk to your doctor, as they are the best source of information about schizophrenia.

    • Summary

      Summary Print

      Your Interactive Conversation Tool Summary

      Your Summary includes a list of discussion topics that may be important to you. Feel free to print it out. And be sure to take notes on it during your loved one's next appointment. For more resources on the management of schizophrenia, return to WeLiveWithSZ.com. Talk to your loved one's doctor, as they are the best source of information about schizophrenia.

      Your Summary includes a list of discussion topics that may be important to you. Feel free to print it out. And be sure to write notes on it when talking with your loved one about schizophrenia management, including treatment options. For more resources on the management of schizophrenia, return to WeLiveWithSZ.com. Encourage your loved one to talk to their doctor, as they are the best source of information about schizophrenia.

      Your Summary includes a list of discussion topics that may be important to you. Feel free to print it out. And be sure to write notes on it during your next appointment. For more resources on the management of schizophrenia, return to WeLiveWithSZ.com. Talk to your doctor, as they are the best source of information about schizophrenia.