Printables

Current free posters

Every so often a new poster is shared here for a limited time. Non profit use only and conditions apply. Please let us know if they make a difference!

Carers Week 2018

Free poster to download until 20 October 2018 – or when I remember to take it down! Celebrate those special people in your life 🙂

Pay it forward

Paying it forward – when someone does something thoughtful for you and you pay it forward in your turn. Free poster of mixed media artwork by Helen Wilding

No blame campaign (members only)

Free poster promoting a non blaming culture to create partnerships in recovery. Artwork by Helen Wilding.

It takes courage to ask for help

Free poster for non profit use acknowledging the strength and courage involved in reaching out and asking for help. Mixed media painting by Helen Wilding.

Welcome, we care

Free poster for non profit use welcoming those asking for help. “Welcome – you have our respect and support. We care.” Mixed media painting by Helen Wilding

Posters for 2016 TheMHS conference (members only)

8 posters sharing the carer viewpoint prepared for the 2016 TheMHS Conference in New Zealand. Artwork by Helen Wilding. See below for thumbnails.

Free posters prepared for the 2016 TheMHS Conference (members only)

A set of 8 posters created by Helen Wilding to share the experience of mental health carers. Non profit use only and conditions apply. Please let us know if they make a difference!

Poster 1 - Introduction to the Project

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Poster 2 - Don't give up

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Poster 3 - Creating change

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Poster 4 - Carer emotions

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Poster 5 - Carer self care

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Poster 6 - Carers can ask

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Poster 7 - Holders of hope

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Poster 8 -Intangible

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Posters from Carers Week past and present

For the last few years I have shared special posters to celebrate Carers Week. These are only available to registered members for a very limited time, and are advertised in my newsletters. If you would like to know when a new one comes out make sure you register! Enjoy!

Carers Week 2016

Free poster to download until 22 October 2016. Celebrate those special people in your life 🙂

Carers Week 2015 (members only)

Free poster shared with members only for Carers Week 2015. Thank you for being there. Mixed media artwork by Helen Wilding.

Carers Week 2014 (members only)

Free poster shared with members only for Carers Week 2014. Flowers to thank and celebrate mental health carers who care 24/7. Painting by Helen Wilding.

Carers Week 2013 (members only)

Free poster available to members only for Carers Week 2013. Celebrating mental health carers as holders of hope. Mixed media painting by Helen Wilding.

Carers Week 2012 (members only)

Free poster for registered members only during Carers Week 2012. Thank you for caring. Mixed media painting by Helen Wilding.

Other printables

Other types of printable resources shared by individuals and services …. YAY!!!  Conditions apply. Please let us know what you think!

Questions carers can ask

NEXUS Dual Diagnosis Service in Melbourne shares a list of questions mental health carers can ask about treatment or discharge from a hospital or service.

List of 280 carer strengths

List of 280 carer strengths to get you started. Let’s change the way we talk about mental health carers.

5 Comments

  1. Monica

    I love your project
    Regards Monica

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    • Curator

      Thank you so much Monica 🙂

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  2. melissa

    All of your pictures are so wonderful and powerful! Will you make more of them available as posters?? We’d love some for our waiting room and drop in service (youth mental health) and for our carers/family room.

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    • a carer

      Hi Melissa – There is a limit to how much we can make downloadable from our site (for obvious reasons) – but you are welcome to contact me with more details about what you would like (and why) and we can discuss it. I’m sure we can come to some arrangement. And thanks for the feedback – always appreciated!

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