‘Brain Awareness Week 2021’ Infographic – March 2021
Brain science is essential to understanding how we can better help people with mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia.
For Brain Awareness Week 2021, we call for more research on and awareness of the link between the brain and mental health.
Our infographic outlines this link and presents simple tips anyone can follow to enjoy better brain health.
‘A Pocket Guide to Agitation and What to Do in a Crisis’ Infographics – Apr. 2020
This infographic was developed alongside ‘A Pocket Guide to Agitation and What to Do in a Crisis’, which is a pocket guide for people who experience agitation, their carers, and close friends. The infographic is available below in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
The pocket guide provides key information on how to recognise the early signs and symptoms of agitation and what to do if a crisis occurs. It is available here in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
‘A Charter for the Rights to Treatment and Care for People with Schizophrenia’ Infographic – Nov. 2019
This infographic was created as part of ‘A Charter for the Rights to Treatment and Care for People with Schizophrenia’ Patient Charter. The purpose of this Charter was to define the rights, expectations and responsibilities for mental health care and treatment from the persons’ perspective.
World Mental Health Day 2019 Infographics – Oct. 2019
World Mental Health Day 2019 focused on suicide prevention. Suicide is a major public health concern affecting people of all ages and one of the leading causes of death among young people. This is why we chose to address this issue to mark the World Mental Health Day 2019. In our infographic below, you will find useful information on suicide in young people and how it can be prevented.