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Mental health


Our parents and grandparents have lived through more triumphs and tragedies than any other American age group, contributing to the very fabric of our nation. They are also living longer and enjoying the fruits of their labors.

But living longer can also mean more physical, mental and emotional hardships. Depression, as well as anxiety, dementia and general medical concerns are common among older adults. Sometimes these conditions are triggered by the death of a loved one or increased use of medication. Members of this generation—who are not prone to ask for help—can find themselves in a very difficult state of mind. For family members these changes can be frightening.

It was for these situations that Renaissance at Craig General Hospital was created. Renaissance offers specialized short term inpatient care for seniors with dementia-related diseases and other behavioral issues.

Signs that your loved one may need the specialized care provided at Renaissance at Craig General Hospital:

  • Sadness or anxiety that is out of the ordinary.
  • Difficulty concentrating, recalling simple things or making decisions.
  • Loss of interest in day-to-day activities.
  • Feelings of hopelessness and helplessness.
  • Increased agitation or conflicts.
  • Resistance to medical advice and medication instructions.
  • Changes in behavior that concern others.
  • Statements/behaviors that suggest suicidal thoughts or intentions.
  • Behavior that is potentially self harming or dangerous to others.
  • Hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that are not present) or delusions (false beliefs that interfere with daily life).
  • Violent behavior.

A brighter tomorrow begins with Renaissance. Call 918.256.9201 for a free, confidential assessment.

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