The later years of our lives come with a variety of new challenges. As our senses deteriorate, medical problems begin to mount and our loved ones pass with increased frequency, many people become vulnerable to depression. Experts estimate that as many as 20% of seniors experience depression -- a number that only grows among adults in long term care facilities. And in spite of how common depression can be, as few as one in ten depressed seniors will receive treatment. It’s easy to underestimate the effects... Click to Read More
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