This workbook focuses on ways to deal with workplace problems so they are less likely to cause depressed mood or lead to depression, and reduce the effects of depression and depressed mood on work satisfaction and performance. 68 pages.

This 15 item (short version) screening tool is used to augment the assessment of the presence of depression in older adults and/or to monitor depressive symptoms. Page 1 asks about the prior week. Page 2 repeats the questions.
2 pages.

This information guide provides information for family, friends and others on risk factors and warning signs associated with suicide in older adults as a first step. It offers suggestions and recommendations on how to intervene in an appropriate way and seek professional help. 23 pages.

An information sheet geared to family members and caregivers describing facts about suicide, signs to watch for, factors which put people at greater risk and tips for suicide prevention. 6 pages.

This handout describes depression in the elderly, including signs, symptoms, risk factors, treatment options and supportive measures to protect seniors from depression and build resilience. 9 pages.

This guide will help older adults who are feeling depressed. It will also help family members and others who care about them. The guide gives information about the causes and symptoms of depression. It also describes what to do if you, or someone you care about, is feeling depressed. 15 Pages.

This handout describes possible causes, symptoms and when to seek help if someone may be suffering from depression. Local and website resources are offered. 2 pages.

This information sheet provides non-pharmacological approaches to support caregivers in a crisis situation when interacting with people who have dementia. 1 Page.

This information sheet provides non-pharmacological approaches to support caregivers in communicating and interacting with people who have dementia. 2 Pages.

This guide provides information and resources for the formal and informal caregivers to understand and care for clients with BPSD and “challenging” behaviors. An overview of preventative strategies, precipitating risk factors, treatment options and diagnostic and assessment tools are offered along with warning signs of caregiver stress. 23 Pages.

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