Moak Geriatric Psychiatry Information Center
Are you concerned about the mental health of an older person, yourself or a family member? Do you want to learn what you can do to maintain your mental health as you grow old? Have you been lost in the maze of confusing and misleading information about aging and geriatric psychiatry? If the answer to these questions is yes, then let the Moak Geriatric Psychiatry Information Center be the reliable source of information you need. Subscribe to our monthly on-line newsletter or download articles from our resource library on single topics that interest you.
Just some of the topics you’ll find covered:
Depression – Anxiety – Healthy Aging – Driving
Sleep Disorders – Alzheimer’s Disease – New Research
Legal Issues – Successful Aging – Complimentary Therapies
Pain – Psychiatric Medications and the Elderly
Long term Care – Normal Psychology of Aging and Old Age
Delirium – Stroke – Behavior Problems
Parkinson’s Disease Medicare and Health Insurance
Agitation – Healthcare Reform and Geriatrics – Family Issues
Psychotherapy – Behavioral Therapy
Diagnosis of late-life mental disorders
Late-life mental illness prevention – Finding the right type of treatment
- AND THIS IS NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST!
- All material published by the Moak Center for Healthy Aging
- All articles are written by practicing geriatric psychiatrists and other professionals
- Content based on actual discussions in day-to-day practice answering questions asked by patients and family members just like you
Take a look at the free articles, to get a feel for the type of information you can find here. If you like what you see, peruse the Mental Health & Aging Resource Library for other topics of interest or subscribe to our newsletter, the Moak Aging and Mental Health Report.