Senior Emotional Health
Everyone hopes that as family members age, they will enjoy “the golden years.” But as we grow older, the loss of loved ones along with the stresses from diminishing physical and mental abilities are a common experience. It’s not unusual for lifestyle changes and increased physical challenges to lead to sadness and withdrawal. Persistent personality changes or unusual behaviors, however, may mean that your loved one is suffering from an emotional illness. These losses can combine to create an overwhelming challenge to someone who is experiencing them. Fortunately, it is at these times that we are not alone any longer.
How we can help
When one person in the family suffers from a behavioral or emotional illness, everyone in the family is affected. The Senior Solutions Team understands this and encourages family members to express their feelings and learn new ways to cope with their frustrations. Our staff can help re-establish healthy communication, leading to stronger family ties and happier lives. Program participants receive:
- Health assessments
- Consults with the psychiatrist
- Individualized treatment goals
- Individual and group therapy/activities
- Patient and family education
Senior Solutions includes a board-certified psychiatrist, licensed therapist, registered nurse and other trained professionals to ensure you receive the best possible care.
Signs and symptoms
Senior Solutions is designed to provide assistance to individuals aged 65 and older who are suffering from symptoms of depression and anxiety often related to aging including:
- Coping with Loss
- Decreased Energy
- Difficulty Sleeping
- Low Self-Confidence
- Life Transitions
The Care Begins with You
If you are concerned about yourself or someone you love, please take the first step in getting help. Staff is available to schedule a convenient time to provide a preliminary screening to determine if you qualify for the Senior Solutions program. The screening will give individuals and families the chance to ask any questions they may have about treatment options.
Preliminary screenings are confidential and available at no charge by calling 575-543-7298.
Anyone can refer an individual to the program, including physicians, family members, self-referrals, or other healthcare professionals. If you or someone you know could benefit from this program, please contact us at 575-543-7298 or fax a referral to 575-543-6902.
We are here to help.