I'm afraid it has taken some time for you to wait, this is a problem with the system and does not in any way have anything to do with you or the nature of your query. The system does not always work as we would like.
There are two useful websites you may not have been to already:
The latter has a section on resources for carers towards the bottom of the page.
In addition sharing experiences with others facing the same sort of problems in a support group can be a great help. I suggest you ask our 24/7 Help Line (1300 22 4636) it they know of any in your area.
Please do come back and talk more, you will always be welcome
welcome to the forum and thanks for questioning. Croix has given you a few places to get information.
I had an in law who had schizophrenia. Is it possible to go to the doctor with your partner so you can ask questions and learn more.
I assume your partner is recently diagnosed.
like with any partner listen , try to be informed and learn what helps and what doesn’t.
schizophrenia can be very disturbing so having a supportive partner will be very helpful.
Plus you may need to look after yourself and get support.
Feel free to post more. We are listening.
this is the new name of schizophrenia australia. Is an interesting informative website.