In a continuing partnership with Maryland Public Television (MPT) and Maryland Access Point (MAP) to promote healthy and independent living, we have a new slate of segments for 2018. We ask you help us promote these segments via word of mouth, your websites/social media, and other means of media.
As we continue to prepare a schedule for the upcoming segments, I will forward information for the next segment about a week or two in advance to disseminate. Attached is a photo used to promote the segment, a link to the Facebook event, and details of the event.
May's segment is: Encouraging Active and Rewarding Lives
Sue Lachenmeyr and Leigh Ann Eagle of Maryland Living Well Center of Excellence talk about the signs of depression, how it impacts the lives of older adults, and how they can help treat it with the PEARLS program.
A Program to Encourage Active and Rewarding Lives (PEARLS): A community resource to help older adults who are lonely, feeling isolated and depressed
1) The number of older adults in MD who may be dealing with undiagnosed depression/ the link between Depression and chronic conditions
2) Key questions to ask to determine depression
3) Program strategies to empower older adults to overcome depression through problem-solving treatment, increasing physical activity and social interaction, and scheduling pleasant activities
Tune in: Thursday, May 17 7:00 PM MPT
After the airing, we will also share this video on our Youtube Channel.https://tr.im/MDoAyoutube
This is a continuing series produced by MPT and Maryland Access Point (MAP) to promote healthy and independent living
Queen Anne's County Area Agency on Aging serves as a Maryland Access Point (MAP) site, which is the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for the State of Maryland. It serves as the single point of entry for aging adults and individuals with disabilities ages 18 and over, of all income levels. Be sure to check out the Maryland Access Point website. There you can learn and search for long term care support services in Queen Anne's County, and throughout Maryland.