Older Adults Mental Health
Older Adults & Mental Health
Growing older is a natural part of life that can be accompanied by certain life changes that impact mental health.
Our experts provide support, understanding and treatment to help individuals age 65+ manage their mental health. From psychiatric urgent care to testing, we are here to help.
Hospital Based Services
Wondering if urgent care or hospitalization services are necessary? Give us a call at 800.678.5500. Our licensed clinicians are experienced in identifying warning signs and assessing an individual’s situation, and they are available 24/7.
Psychiatric Urgent Care
Our urgent care is open to adults of all ages for walk-in assessments.
Specialty units just for individuals 65+ including a closed unit for patients with dementia.
With one call to 866.852.4001, we can help you determine the outpatient services you or your loved one may need and assist you with understanding your insurance benefit.
Therapy & Psychiatry
Age-appropriate therapies and psychiatric services.
Most therapy & psychiatry services are also available via telehealth throughout the state of Michigan.
Testing & Assessment
State-of-the art assessments including testing for older adults and dementia.
Families & Friends of Aging Adults
Our support group is designed specifically for those who are caregivers to older adults.
Articles for Older Adults
Early Dementia Detection is Crucial to Treatment
We all become forgetful as we grow older, right? Wrong. Memory problems are not a normal part of aging, but it isn’t always easy to know the difference between normal changes that affect us as we age and more serious symptoms that could be the...
Caring for Yourself and Your Family Member
Family caregiving requires a balance of caring for yourself and the one that you are caring for. The article provides tips on how to manage.
Living Well with Dementia: How Psychologists Can Help
A diagnosis of dementia can be emotionally overwhelming for the individual as well as the family. Individuals with dementia require more intensive care and assistance as the dementia worsens. Though there may not be a way to completely alleviate...
When Sleep and Memory Problems Co-occur: Which Came First?
The relationship between sleep and memory/attention problems can be bi-directional. It’s sometimes not clear which is causing which, says Dr. Mark DeVries.