Knowing how to recognize when a loved one may be suffering in silence is important, but so is knowing how to beat the blues. As National Depression Education and Awareness Month continues, we’d like to share some pointers on keeping depression at bay. One key way to reduce feelings of depression is to do something you… Read More


October is National Depression Education and Awareness Month. Among the elderly, it’s common for depression to mask itself as physical ailments. It can be related to physical illnesses like thyroid disorders, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease or cancer. It’s important to consider mental health issues when other illnesses are present. Depression can be just as serious as other… Read More