We all want our loved ones to enjoy their "golden years." Yet, as our loved ones age, they experience the loss of their loved ones and they experience the stresses of declining physical and mental abilities. All of this often leads to sadness and withdrawal.
However, some aging loved ones demonstrate persistent personality changes or unusual behaviors, and this may indicate your loved one is suffering from a mental illness, such as anxiety, depression, or dementia. SilverCare can help.
Most depression and other emotional illnesses in older people are very treatable if dealt with early.
SilverCare is here to let you know
you are not alone in caring for your elderly loved one. We are here to help you understand what is going on and determine the best course of care.
Our special services
you are not alone
To ensure access and excellent care, we offer:
24/7 ability to determine the appropriate level of care
Management of a patient's secondary medical needs
Patients begin the program with daily group therapy or as determined by program psychiatrist; services will increase or decrease based on the response to treatment. The process begins by calling for a confidential screening with one of our qualified clinicians.
As we live longer, seniors experience higher incidences of dementia, depression, and anxiety. It is not uncommon. You are not alone, and SilverCare can help.
Depression and other emotional illnesses are significant problems for seniors.
National statistics show that one out of every four older adults suffers from serious emotional difficulties related to aging.
Depressed older adults have the highest risk of suicide in our society.
19 million people suffer from depression at some point in their lives. Of these, 80-90% can be treated.