Senior Life Solutions

Senior Life Solutions

Seniors Deserve Special Treatment

Depression and Anxiety aren’t healthy at any age. Now, at Culbertson Memorial Hospital, seniors receive the special treatment they deserve. They can discover how to handle life’s challenges and find joy once again. The issues affecting seniors are uniquely challenging. Declining physical ability, loss of loved ones and isolation can lead to depression, anxiety and other issues. But problems like these are not normal at any age.  Senior Life Solutions fosters true healing. Our goal is to help patients safely return to their optimal style of living.

Helping Seniors Cope

Sometimes a helping hand is all you need to get your life back on track. The proper guidance and regular attention of experienced professionals can lead to improved lifestyle as well as better overall health. Consider if one or more of the following apply:

  • Anger
  • Anxiety, Nervousness
  • Depressed Mood
  • Difficulty Coping with Health/Physical Changes
  • Difficulty Concentrating
  • Feelings of Hopelessness or Helplessness
  • Isolation or Loneliness
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Personality Changes
  • Sleep or Appetite Changes
  • Unresolved Grief

Senior Life Solutions Is Here To Open Windows Of Hope For Our Patients.

Your Treatment Team

Your treatment team is multi-disciplinary in design to ensure the best quality patient care possible for those who trust us with their behavioral health needs. Along with the patient, family members, and the family doctor, the team includes:

  • Medical Director - Psychiatrist
  • Primary Therapist - LCPC or LCSW
  • RN
  • CNA - Clerk

Program Description

  • Group, individual, and family therapy as well as, medication management for behavioral health diagnosis
  • 8–12 week voluntary program (2 – 4 days per week, Monday - Friday)
  • Confidential treatment
  • No Physician referral is needed
  • Medicare B with secondary insurance or Medicaid
  • A noon meal is served during the day 

Admission Criteria

  • Patient presents an acute exacerbation of symptoms negatively impacting levels of functioning that do not necessitate more intensive levels of service.
  • Services must be reasonable and necessary for the diagnosis and provide active treatment of the patient’s condition.
  • Patient must be able to demonstrate on standardized test moderate to high levels of cognitive functioning to:
    1. Voluntarily seek services
    2. Demonstrate functional/cognitive gains from the group process
    3. Actively participate in their own treatment and discharge planning
  • Patient must be able to physically function to the extent that safety issues do not arise. (Typically this means to be able to transfer or stand, bear weight, and pivot while transferring to seat or toilet).
  • Patient must not present an imminent danger to self or others.
  • Diagnosed stages of Alzheimer’s or Dementia are acceptable if they are not the primary diagnosis and above criteria are met.
  • This program is not appropriate for those requiring primarily social, custodial, recreational or respite care.