Gender Pronouns

What are “gender pronouns” and why do they matter at AMI-Quebec?

How to Start a Conversation About Mental Health

Are you worried about someone you care about? Approaching someone to talk about their mental health can be challenging. We’ve put together some tips on how to start a conversation about mental health.

How do you know if you’re a caregiver?

When we care ABOUT a loved one we must necessarily be caring FOR them to some extent. If you have a loved one experiencing duress, that is reason enough to seek support.

The double whammy of caregiving and working

Many people who are in the workforce are also caregivers; to put it another way, many caregivers also work. The resulting stress can be physical, emotional, and financial for both caregivers and employers.

Walking on Eggshells

As a family caregiver, there are times you might feel like you are walking on eggshells. Helping a loved one can seem like a constant internal battle of trying to say or do the right thing, while being afraid of doing the wrong thing. Here are some dos and don’ts.

Understanding Schizophrenia: An Overview

What is schizophrenia? Is it hereditary? What about medication? Or the effects of illicit drugs? Read up on schizophrenia.

“I’m worried about your mental health”

Discover how to approach someone you care about who might need help with their mental health.

Accessibility

We want you to join us and find the help you may need as a family caregiver. Our programs may be more accessible than you think!

Hypnosis – Weird or Wonderful?

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be hypnotized? How can hypnotism be used to help family caregivers?

Mental Health and Addiction are Often Bedfellows

Help for addiction and mental health: Dunham House and Chabad Lifeline recognize and address both