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Changing life situations like retirement, losing partners or other important people, changing roles, or physical health problems can all impact mental health and well-being. Mental health problems can affect people at any age, but they are often untreated or undertreated among alder adults.

Have you noticed that your senior loved one seems unhappy or more anxious, irritable or moody?…

Seniors are at greater risk of suicide than are younger people. The British Columbia Crisis Centre…

Depression is a mood disorder; dementias like Alzheimer’s disease, can have similar symptoms but…

Ben Rawluk Reprinted from the Recovery: Living Your Bestish Life issue of Visions Journal, 2022, 17 (4), pp. 16-17 We all forget things Read more

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