There’s nothing like being surrounded people that just get it—sharing similar stories, providing helpful advice, and actively listening as you express your concerns. Everyone goes through hardship, but it’s how you choose to push through it that matters. And sometimes the healthiest way to handle life’s curve balls is with the support of your peers in a Senior Life Solutions program.
What is Senior Life Solutions?
Think of it as your one-stop shop for all the advice, guidance, and support you may need during a troubling time in your life. Older adults, who find themselves facing life’s many challenges, can rely on this outpatient program designed just for them.
The focus is on older adults dealing with a variety of situations or conditions affecting their lives. People seek out a program in Senior Life Solutions if dealing with any of the following conditions:
- Anxiety, nervousness
- Depressed mood
- Difficulty Coping with Health/Physical Change
- Difficulty Concentrating
- Feelings of Hopelessness or Helplessness
- Isolation or Loneliness
- Low Self-Esteem
- Personality Changes
- Sleep or Appetite Changes
- Unresolved Grief
- Recently Experienced a Traumatic Event
- Loss of Spouse or Close Family Member
- Difficulty Sleeping
What can I expect from this?
Short answer? Partnership. You can expect a safe gathering space to express any concerns or issues you are facing. Whether a decline of physical ability, loss of a loved one, or anything in-between, the compassionate provider team (and your peers) are ready to help get you through it.
Who would be treating me?
Your well-rounded treatment team would consist of a multi-disciplinary group of providers designed to ensure you have the best quality patient care possible. Along with the patient, family members, and the family doctor, your team could include:
- Medical Director – Psychiatrist
- Primary Therapist – LCPC or LCSW
- CNA – clerk
How is the Senior Life Solutions program run at Culbertson?
Choose between group, individual, and family therapy as well as medication management for behavioral health diagnosis. Medicare B (with secondary insurance) or Medicaid may cover your care.
The voluntary programs usually run 8-12 weeks for 2-4 days per week, Monday – Friday. Your treatment is kept confidential and no physician referral is needed. Plus, a noon meal is served during the day!
Please contact us at (217) 322- 4321 to schedule your program or ask any additional questions.