How to Tackle Isolation and Depression for Older Adults?
“The care plan must be thought of as a living, breathing document. It is never ‘done’ because human beings change and grow every day. True person-centered care must include constantly learning and adapting to the needs of the older adult.” Juliana Young, Champion of Aging Well & Business Development Director, Home Care Assistance of Douglas County About The Episode The Mavericks sit down with Juliana Young of Home Care Assistance of Douglas County to talk all things older adult! Juliana is not only an incredible person but also has two amazing parents, 99 and 93. We are diving deep into three key items: -Isolation and Depression -How to engage with a loved one to help keep them stimulated and validated -The Balanced Care approach and how our caregivers can give you peace of mind We’re all about challenging the status quo here at Maverick’s Headquarters! Welcome to the Challenging The Way We Age podcast by the Mavericks of Senior Living. We are two innovators and entrepreneurs who have huge hearts and passion for our older adults. And we see all kinds of opportunities to improve today’s system and create hope for the way we age. We tackle hard topics with the goal of creating conversation and generating curiosity and ingenuity to solve these problems. Want to join the Maverick Movement? Have a story on how you or your team are fostering ingenuity. Share it with us and check out our other episodes to light your innovation fire. Don’t forget to subscribe for more great interviews. Mavericks of Senior Living is sponsored by Serenity Engage, Inc. and Assured Assisted Living. This episode was produced by Katherine Wells, Francis LeGasse and Taylor Hulett. You can subscribe to Mavericks for Senior Living on Apple Podcasts, Google Play or Stitcher. You can also find us on Twitter, Facebook, or via email at ignitehope@mavericksofseniorliving.