Below is a list of questions that relate to life-experiences in families that have a family member with schizophrenia. Please read each question carefully, and answer "yes" or "no". The quiz questions are intended to educate family members and spur meaningful discussions with your healthcare providers. This quiz also recognizes that schizophrenia is a serious and highly-stigmatized condition that impacts the entire family.

At the conclusion of the quiz you will receive a result and additional information/resources.

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When my loved one follows their treatment plan, his/her symptoms improve?
I wish there was an easier way for my loved one to treat his/her negative symptoms.
Have you seen your loved one experience a relapse as a result of discontinuing their treatment without consulting a doctor?
Has your loved one worked with a therapist to develop coping skills for dealing with the distress that often triggers negative symptoms can help prevent hospitalization?
Have you as the caregiver taken part of the treatment through family counseling sessions and/or support groups to help improve the overall outcome for your loved one living with schizophrenia?
When my loved one experiences negative symptoms of schizophrenia he/she isolates himself because he/she believes family members/coworkers/friends don’t understand or sympathize.
Have you noticed  patterns that seem to trigger negative symptoms that your loved one does not seem to be aware of?
Does your loved one live in fear of having another psychotic episode?
Have you ever considered non-oral treatment methods to improve the negative symptoms of schizophrenia that can be administered once every 3 months?
Has you loved one ever been treated with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) to reduce schizophrenia symptoms?
Does your loved one who is being treated for schizophrenia attend school, maintain employment, and socialize regularly?
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Last Updated: Jun 24, 2019