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With schizophrenia, symptoms can change, or come and go.

After you complete the quiz, you can print out your results or send them to your email address. Be sure to share your results with your healthcare provider to help you discuss how well your schizophrenia treatment plan may be working.

With schizophrenia, symptoms can change, or come and go.

After you complete the quiz, you can print out your results or send them to your email address. Be sure to share your results with your healthcare provider to help you discuss how well your schizophrenia treatment plan may be working.

Here are your results — plus tips for taking positive steps.

Take a moment to read the results below, and consider sharing them at your next appointment.

Here are your results — plus tips for helping the person you care for take positive steps.

Take a moment to read the results below, and consider sharing them the next time you visit their healthcare provider.

Even if you don’t have schizophrenia or care for someone who does, we appreciate your interest in taking our quiz.

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1. Do you have schizophrenia or do you care for someone who does?*

2. Do you or the person you care for take medication to manage schizophrenia symptoms?*

3. If you answered "Yes" to Question 2, which type of medication do you or the person you care for currently take to manage schizophrenia symptoms? (Select all that apply)

4. Do you or the person you care for have trouble taking, or remembering to take, an oral medication to treat schizophrenia?

5. Are you or the person you care for currently experiencing any of the following schizophrenia symptoms? (Select all that apply)

6. Do schizophrenia symptoms make life a daily challenge?

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Schizophrenia is a serious, chronic, and complex condition that can change how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. It affects millions of people worldwide.

Being more aware of the symptoms can help you better understand those who have schizophrenia.

Based on your answers, you may want to discuss any or all of the following topics with your healthcare provider. You said that you currently:

  • User results go here.

You may also want to talk about:

  • How you are feeling, both physically and emotionally
  • Any changes in your symptoms since your last visit
  • What else has changed in your health and life since your last visit
  • What other medications, vitamins, or supplements you may be taking
  • If you have used or are using recreational drugs or alcohol, which may have a negative effect on your health and interact with medication you may be taking for your schizophrenia
  • What treatment options may be right for you

If your healthcare provider recommends a long-acting injectable (LAI) treatment

You may want to ask about PERSERIS (risperidone) — an LAI treatment designed to help control the symptoms of schizophrenia in adults.

Here are some questions you may want to ask about PERSERIS:

  • What is the most important thing I should know about PERSERIS?
  • How long does it take for PERSERIS to start working?
  • How is PERSERIS injected and how does it compare to getting a regular shot?
  • What are the side effects of PERSERIS?
  • What should I do if I miss my monthly injection appointment?

PERSERIS is an injection given by a healthcare provider. If you are new to risperidone, your healthcare provider will give you a small oral dose to test for side effects prior to treatment. Some patients, depending on their current risperidone dose, may not be candidates for PERSERIS.

Now that you’ve completed our Treatment Check-In Quiz, take the next step by sharing your results with your healthcare provider.

Based on your answers, you may want to discuss any or all of the following topics with their healthcare provider. You said that the person you care for currently:

  • User results go here.

You may also want to talk about:

  • How they are feeling, both physically and emotionally
  • Any changes in their symptoms since their last visit
  • What else has changed in their health and life since their last visit
  • What other medications, vitamins, or supplements they may be taking
  • If they have used or are using recreational drugs or alcohol, which may have a negative effect on their health and interact with medication they may be taking for their schizophrenia
  • What treatment options may be right for them

If their healthcare provider recommends a long-acting injectable (LAI) treatment

You may want to ask about PERSERIS (risperidone) — an LAI treatment designed to help control the symptoms of schizophrenia in adults.

Here are some questions you may want to ask about PERSERIS:

  • What is the most important thing I should know about PERSERIS?
  • How long does it take for PERSERIS to start working?
  • How is PERSERIS injected and how does it compare to getting a regular shot?
  • What are the side effects of PERSERIS?
  • What should we do if they miss their monthly injection appointment?

PERSERIS is an injection given by a healthcare provider. If the person you care for is new to risperidone, their healthcare provider will give them a small oral dose to test for side effects prior to treatment. Some patients, depending on their current risperidone dose, may not be candidates for PERSERIS.

Now that you’ve completed our Treatment Check-In Quiz, take the next step by sharing these results with the healthcare provider of the person you care for.