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COVID and Quarantine: The Mental Health Consequences

As the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our world, it has also made us reevaluate how we understand mental health. This webinar will share tips on recognizing the role COVID-19 and quarantine risk factors play in the mental health disorders of our loved ones, how to become familiar with symptoms of PTSD and other mental health disorders that are linked to quarantine, and ways to help our loved ones cope.

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By Tamar Cooper | 03/09/2021

It's Okay to Feel: The Emotional Side of Caregiving

Let’s get real about the emotional side of caregiving. As a caregiver you may feel many different emotions: stress, fear, anger, resentment, joy. It’s important to remember that your feelings are valid and important, whether they’re good or bad feelings. This webinar will offer tips on coping with the various emotions you may face as a caregiver.

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By Lisa Weitzman | 02/03/2021

Washington Update

A discussion on developments in Washington DC, including the new Administration, 117th Congress and new majority in the Senate.

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By Orion Bell, Bob Blancato, Meredith Ponder Whitmire | 01/29/2021

The Financial Fatigue of Caregiving

Are you feeling the financial strain, or emotional and physical stress that comes along with caring for a loved one? This workshop will give you the tools needed to alleviate those stressors and help you to navigate your way around the additional expenses that caregivers endure.

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By Rachel Slomovitz | 01/07/2021

Social Isolation and the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic may have changed some normal family traditions this year. Not being with family and friends over the holidays may exacerbate feelings of social isolation and depression among older adults. Tamar Cooper, LISW-S, LICDC-CS, Associate Director of Behavioral Health Services, Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, and Kerstin Yoder, MSSA LISWS, Social Worker/Mental Health Day Treatment Group Facilitator, Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, share some tips for helping a loved one cope when you can’t be together, and learn how to help yourself let go of feelings of guilt you may be experiencing at this time.

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By Tamar Cooper, Kerstin Yoder | 12/03/2020