Specializing in the issues adults face as they age
Upcoming Continuing Education Programs
Processing Change: Addressing (Fill in the Blank) with our older clients. Date: May 19, 2019. 11 am-12:30pm. Location: 29466 Pintail Drive, #9 Easton, MD presented by Beth Parker-O’Brien, LCSW-C & Maggie Black, Psy.D.
Let’s make this interesting! Maggie and Beth will try out their acting skills with a series of interactive vignettes. This live in-person workshop will look at the challenges our clients face. Participants will strengthen clinical skills to help clients be successful in their personal journey. 1.5 Social Work CEs. Cost $30
Increasing Resilience for Rural Older Adults & Families Date: June 14, 2019 11:00-12:30 Location: 29466 Pintail Drive, #9 Easton, MD presented by Maggie Black, Psy.D.
Bouncing back from illness or other life challenges gets harder as we age. This live-in-person workshop will focus on the cognitive-behavioral, emotional, and mindfulness evidence-based methods that have been shown to foster resilience. Strategies to overcome reluctance that some rural older adults may have about seeking mental health treatment and/or employing new approaches to challenges will also be reviewed.
Perhaps you aren't recalling names, places, or having difficulty doing normal, everyday tasks. Or maybe your loved one's memory? Contact us today about a memory screen. Click here for more information
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Caregiver Support Group: Monday, April 20 @ 1 pm at Brookletts Place Talbot County Senior Center.
Driving as we age
Most of us don’t want to give up driving when we “reach that certain age.” Driving signifies coming of age, independence and a way to get to the grocery store. None of us want to believe that as we age, we aren’t as safe to drive as we once were.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are more than 42 million licenesed drivers over the age of 65. Fatal crashes increase in those drivers past the age of 70, with greater risk for those over 85.
But you might say to yourself (or your family) that you are the exception. You have been driving since you were 16, and have never had a ticket or accident. Yet individuals over the age of 65 are more likely to have medical problems and taking more medications than those between the ages of 24-64. Changes in memory, functioning, reaction time as well as changes in attention and concentration all can potentially impact the ability to drive safely.
Please be honest with yourself, your doctor and your family about the risk of driving as you age. The ability to drive safely not only impacts the individual but also impacts the general public. For more information about safe driving tips, please visit the CDC.
When life throws us curve balls
The challenges we face as we age, whether you are a "younger" or "older" adult, can be difficult. This can include declining physical health of yourself or a loved one, loss of independence, dementia, fatigue from caregiving, or issues of grief & loss. Your family may be emotionally or physically unavailable. Sometimes, these challenges lead to symptoms of depression and/or anxiety.
At Shore Neurocognitive Health, we work with adults of all stages. Perhaps your are a "younger" or "older" adult struggling with anxiety, depression, or relationship issues. Call today and we will work on your challenges together!
Shore Neurocognitive Health, located on the eastern shore of Maryland, is a woman-owned private practice focused on older adults.
Shore Neurocognitive Health
We are growing! Located in Easton, Maryland, our staff, including licensed clinical social worker, psychologist and nurse practitioner, provide caregiver support and education, psychotherapy, memory screening and neuro-psychological testing. In addition, we offer limited medication management services. We look forward to meeting you. Learn more
Caring Together...Learn & Explore
We are dedicated to providing up-to-date information regarding medical and psychological issues facing the older adult and their loved ones. Information on this website is seen as conversation starters for family and friends, to be continued with your healthcare providers. Links to national websites and resources are provided as seen appropriate. Learn more about Partners in Care
We offer a variety of programs to help you better cope with and manage issues facing you and your loved ones. Click below to learn more about our educational programs and caregiver support groups. Explore our training programs for the professional caregiver. Learn more about Caregiver Events and Professional Events
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