Caring for Older People with Persistent Depression

CPD
17m

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Lecture Overview

It is well known that the symptoms of depression can cause low moods, lack of motivation, and, in extreme cases, poor self-care. In this session, Lisa Dick will explore the symptoms of persistent depression in older adults and how to manage these. View this lecture to expand your awareness of ways to promote motivation in an older person with depression to assist with self-care.

Educators

Portrait of Lisa Dick
Lisa Dick

Lisa Dick has been a registered nurse for over 20 years, specialising in aged care and community health. Lisa was endorsed as an older persons nurse practitioner in 2016. She has worked as a nurse practitioner with Mercy Aged Care for three years, followed by a locum position at Castlemaine Health on the rehabilitation and geriatric evaluation management units. Lisa is now working with Home Nurse Services in Melbourne who are a national in-home specialist nursing service delivering exceptional quality nurse services to aged care facilities. They utilise only nurse practitioners to ensure the highest quality of care is provided. Lisa’s passion is working with older people and providing a person-centred approach to care to enrich lives and improve the health and wellbeing of the older person across the continuum. See Educator Profile

Details
CPD17m of CPD
First Published13 October 2019
Updated13 October 2019
Expires
13 October 2020
Topics
Mental Health
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