|Anyone can develop psychosis. Psychosis is common and treatable. It affects 3 in 100 people, and usually occurs for the first time between the ages of 12 and 30. Learn more... |
|EASA works closely with the young person, and with family members and others who are supportive of the young person, to help him or her succeed. Learn more... |
|With the right early identification, support and information, young people can manage and even prevent psychosis and get on with their lives. Learn more...