Pat’s story

Pat’s story

Short video sharing Pat’s story from the Intangible Storytelling Project. Celebrating mental health carers from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Members only. Please login to watch the video.
Freda’s story

Freda’s story

Short video sharing Freda’s story from the Intangible Storytelling Project. Celebrating mental health carers from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Members only. Please login to watch the video.
Isobel’s story

Isobel’s story

Short video sharing Isobel’s story from the Intangible Storytelling Project. Celebrating mental health carers from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Members only. Please login to watch the video.
Exhaustion

Exhaustion

The sheer exhaustion of caring for a young adolescent experiencing a mental health crisis – one parent's story.

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Wild lands – a poem about caring

Wild lands – a poem about caring

Your pain screams across your body, black noise in your head … I call in the light, while you battle in the shadows. Poetry for mental health carers. Please register and login to read more.
Kathryn’s art journal

Kathryn’s art journal

Pages from Kathryn’s precious and evocative art journal sharing the journey of a mental health carer in remote New South Wales. Please register and login to read more.
Case study by Margaret Leggatt

Case study by Margaret Leggatt

Case study written by Margaret Leggatt about the need to communicate and include mental health carers as partners in care.

My caring story: Perseverance

My caring story: Perseverance

The story of a mother and grandmother caring for loved ones with a mental illness. From Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Please register and login to read more.
My caring story: Isolation

My caring story: Isolation

The story of mental health carers living on an isolated sheep station when their son became ill. From Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Please register and login to read more.
Carer strengths – 280 and counting

Carer strengths – 280 and counting

Mental health carers are often unfairly stigmatized, judged or blamed. Can we change the way we talk about carers, using positive, empowering language?

Not just any 21st birthday

Not just any 21st birthday

Celebrating a very special 21st birthday. One mental health carer's story. Please register and login to read more.