Event | Posted on 12th May 2020
Isolation isn’t temporary for everyone – this Schizophrenia Awareness Week, “Stay connected” while you stay home.
One Door Mental Health’s annual symposium will go ahead virtually to ensure Schizophrenia Awareness Week (SAW) is recognised during a time where it is needed most.
Australia, 17th – 24th May 2020: The annual Schizophrenia Awareness Week will for the first time in history be attended virtually, making it the most inclusive and accessible SAW to date.
Established in 1986 by the then Schizophrenia Council of Australia (now MIFA) SAW aims to destigmatise what is one of the most marginalising mental illnesses. The week takes place every year in May to coincide with the week of World Schizophrenia Awareness Day (24 May).
- Kathi Boorman, CEO at One Door Mental Health
- The Honourable Bronwyn Taylor MLC, NSW Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women
- Dr. Stephen P King, Commissioner at the Productivity Commission
- Dr. Anne Honey, Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy at the School of Health Sciences, University of Sydney
- Bernie Mullin, Carer and Director at One Door Mental Health
- Dr. Richard Schweizer, Consumer Advocate and Policy Officer at One Door Mental Healh
- Catherine Lourey, Deputy Commissioner at NSW Mental Health Commission
- Esther Pavel-Wood, CEO at Mostly Mad Music
The event is FREE to attend, simply book a ticket online: