Guide to Understanding and Managing Agitation

EUFAMI has collaborated with GAMIANEurope in the production of this guide to provide information for people who experience agitation and those close to them.

The guide includes a description of what agitation is, how it can be managed and what available treatments can help. It is written from the perspective of people with lived experience of agitation and their family carers. The guide also draws on existing research.

Prospect Plus Programme - Press Release

Leuven, 31st October 2019 On the occasion of World Mental Health Day, the European Federation of Families of People Affected by Mental Ill Health (EUFAMI) is pleased to announce the launch of a ...

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Vacancy - Executive Director

EUFAMI wishes to invite applications for the post of: Executive Director to lead the organisation into its next phase of development, expanding and supporting its membership,...

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Guide to Understanding and Managing A...

EUFAMI has collaborated with GAMIANEurope in the production of this guide to provide information for people who experience agitation and those close to them. The guide includes a description of ...

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