Help is on the way!
Although depression typically begins in childhood, life changes that occur later on in life can affect your mental health.
Anxiety disorders include disorders that share features of excessive fear and anxiety and related behavioral disturbances.
Grief takes on many forms and it involves more than just sadness. Anger is an emotion that can come from grief.
Coping with change isn’t easy. Even if the change is positive, it can make you feel uncomfortable and even stressed.
It’s similar to claustrophobia, but not exclusive to tight spaces. It can hit when you’re in a crowd or standing in a line.
Unfortunately, caregivers may take advantage of an elderly person’s frail state and cognitive decline.
Caregiver burnout is a very real condition that’s characterized by exhaustion, mood changes and shifts in attitude.
It’s not uncommon to have a hard time accepting aging. You have different concerns when you’re 85 than when you’re 25.
When you’re diagnosed with an illness, working with a healthcare provider can help you educate yourself about the disease.
Any kind of loss can lead to feelings of grief. Loss of your freedom or health can also contribute to grief.
Examples of experiences that can lead to PTSD include a natural disaster, war, a serious accident, or an assault.
Many people lose their outlets for social interaction as they age, and this can lead to serious mental health issues.
Older adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities may face difficulties that typical seniors don’t experience.
Older adults may be especially vulnerable to chronic stress because they’re experiencing so many major life changes.
Our admission specialist are standing by to answer any questions you may have.