New England Geriatrics: Supporting Elderly Mental Health Since 1994
Since 1994, New England Geriatrics has been providing exceptional elderly mental health care throughout Massachusetts in over 100 long-term care facilities, outpatient settings, and in-patient geriatric psychiatric units in several affiliated hospitals. If you or your loved one is suffering from mental health issues, New England Geriatrics can help. The ultimate goal of New England Geriatrics is to safely yet efficiently conduct effective individualized treatment plans that produce recovery, so that you or your loved one may resume to normal daily activities.
Why is it so important to provide mental health support to the elderly?
Mental health and emotional stability is as important for elderly people as it is for anyone at any age. Retirement, loss of spouse, illness, a change in schedule, etc. can wreck havoc on the brain and put strains on relationships as well as the ability to carry out simple daily tasks. Oftentimes, family members become frustrated and stressed as when trying to figure out how to best help their loved ones. If you are reading this for yourself, you may already know the devastating effects.
Many elderly patients face dual-diagnoses. Lack of organized support for elderly mental health is a wide issue that New England Geriatrics aims to correct. New England Geriatrics takes the complexity and stress of the process and refurbishes it to meet an individual's needs through services including but not limited to:
- Diagnostic Assessments
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment
- Medication Management
- Group Therapy
Who are the professionals?
Mental Health care through New England Geriatrics is made possible through a team of dedicated professionals. These professionals include but are not limited to:
- Mental Health Counselors
- Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers (LICSW)
- Nurse Specialists and Practitioners
- Physician Assistants
- Program Directors
For those who possess the credentials and wish to provide the mental health support needed for recovery, current openings for positions with New England Geriatrics can be found at http://www.negeriatrics.com/employment.php. You will join a team of compassionate yet driven individuals who are committed to providing quality care.
If you or your loved one is suffering with mental health issues, the time to contact New England Geriatrics is now. Use the form provided, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (413) 592-1980 for more information about in-patient hospitalization care, outpatient care, and/or long-term facility care.