Resources For Seniors
MDABC Resources for Seniors
Because age brings unique mental health challenges, it's important that seniors and their families are well-informed about mental illness. Being a senior can be a rewarding time of life if we are healthy and happy.
Common transitions at later stages of life—retirement, changes in income, the loss of a spouse—can be triggers for mental health issues, but we know that planning and open communication help.
To this end, MDABC has developed a series of mental health fact sheets for seniors. They can be downloaded as PDF documents here:
- Concerns About Medication
- The Difference Between Depression and Dementia
- Seniors and Depression: Information You Need to Know
- Information For Friends and Family
- Seniors and Depression: Suicide Information
Seeking Facilitators For Seniors' Support Group
MDABC is looking to start up a support group for seniors. If you would like to be involved in facilitating or co-facilitating this group, please contact Darryl Lucas at 604.873.0103 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on the role of group facilitators can be found here.
Book Our Speakers Bureau
If you would like to book our Speakers Bureau to present stories of recovery and hope to your seniors' group, please contact Darryl Lucas at 604.873.0103 or email@example.com.