Older adult mental health
Our older adult mental health programs bring together services and programs to provide the tools needed to deal with mental health issues such as depression, grief, social isolation and dementia.
Supporting the mental health of older adults has many benefits, including helping maintain physical health and wellbeing and promoting independence and a good quality of life.
Our treatment programs
Everybody’s needs are different and our programs are tailored to address your individual circumstances and health care needs.
We provide care for a range of mental health issues, including dementia, bipolar disorder, mood disorders, depression and psychotic and personality disorders.
We bring together a team of health professionals, which may include a psychiatrist, nurses, social workers and other allied health professionals such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists and dietitians.
With access to a range of therapies, you can focus on your mental, emotional, spiritual and physical wellbeing to help with recovery.
Benefits of treatment programs
- Health care plans are personalised to best address individual needs
- Access to a team of health professionals, who work together to help you recover and feel better
- A goal-oriented, support and treatment plan is developed to help guide your recovery
- Your family and support network is included throughout your stay and once you leave hospital.
These benefits depend on your particular circumstances and require your full participation. You should consult a specialist in this area before deciding whether treatment is suitable for you.