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Local nursing homes offer webinar on senior depression

The webinar is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 29.

The following is a press release from Prestige Living Court and Expressions at Enumclaw:

Living Court & Expressions invite the community to join a free webinar on Thursday, Oct. 29 from 10 to 11 a.m., led by Eldercare Counselor Laura Vaillancourt, MA, LMHC, GMHS. The engaging online discussion will focus on understanding the symptoms of depression in seniors and how families can support these individuals.

During this free event, Vaillancourt will provide insight into identifying depression in seniors and will touch on the complex and unique issues experienced by those living with depression. Vaillancourt will also share information on next steps, including how families and caregivers can support their loved ones through appropriate care decisions.

Vaillancourt is the founder and owner of Eldercare Counseling and Guidance Services, a provider of eldercare consulting, counseling and care management located in Olympia, Wash. She has extensive experience in helping elderly individuals and their families navigate their lives amidst Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.

To sign up, please visit www.MomAndDadDeserveTheBest.com. After the presentation, participants will receive a link to the recording of the webinar for future use, as well as corresponding slides and a free download of Prestige’s Guide to Memory Care.




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