Month: June 2020

Stress and Coping

Everyone experiences stress. Difficult situations can bring on negative emotions and sometimes feel like too much. People do not always know how to deal with these emotions. We can all learn to improve how we handle stress.  Stress is natural. It is a physical and mental reaction to life experiences. Stress can be triggered by everyday […]

Building Your Resilience

Building Your Resilience Person climbing a rock wall

Building Your Resilience To be resilient means to be able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions, or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed.  Nobody wants difficult things to happen to them, but they’re going to happen.  Being resilient will help you through your challenges.  How do you build your […]

Plain Language Summary – Mental Health Among Older Adults with Disabilities

Plain Language Summary – Mental Health Among Older Adults with Disabilities Older adult sitting in wheelchair

Plain Language Summary – Mental Health Among Older Adults with Disabilities As people get older, they have a higher chance of having disabilities. People that already have one or more disabilities may face more concerns. Social isolation and loneliness increase the risk of mental health concerns. Social isolation means that someone is having very few […]