Who Me? I’m Just Stressed Out. When Caregiver Stress May be Anxiety, Depression, or Both

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December 30, 2021
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In the past year or so mental health has been discussed more openly. The differences between stress, anxiety, and depression can be confusing. How do you know when feeling overstressed may be anxiety or depression? What about the mental health of the person you care for? Learn about the symptoms of depression and anxiety and how they are diagnosed and treated.   

Presented by: Laura Wolfe, PhD, Older adult and caregiver advocate and educator (former speaker)
Laura Wolfe holds a PhD in Applied Gerontology specializing in health education, quality of life, and hospital readmission. She is a master trainer for the Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management, Diabetes Self-Management, Chronic Pain Self-Management, and the Maine Health A Matter of Balance Fall Prevention. She is also a Certified Benefits Counselor, as well as a Certified Long Term Care Ombudsman advocating for residents in skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities and holds a certification in Mediation in Aging. She worked 10 Years for the North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging where she coordinated and managed over 100 volunteers and the Taking Control of Your Health programs in a 14 county region. wolfephd@gmail.com 972-978-1371

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