According to the National Institute for Mental Health, older Americans are disproportionately likely to die by suicide than other age groups, and white men over 80 years have the highest increased incident of any age group. Whether patients present with chronic disease, life-limiting illness, and/or late-life depression, health care professionals are increasingly being confronted with suicide at-risk seniors.
Professional conference featuring Dr. David A. Jobes, Professor of Psychology and Associate Director of Clinical Training at The Catholic University of America
Online registration and payment is recommended. $20.00 per person Limited seating, register by Nov. 1.
Register and pay at https://coastalhospice.thankyou4caring.org/suicide-prevention-seminar
or complete the registration form and mail with check payable to Coastal Hospice to:
P.O. Box 1733
Salisbury, Md. 21802-1733
Presented by: Coastal Hospice, The 50+ Network for Creative Engagement, MAC, Inc.
Sponsored by: The John B Parsons Foundation, Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Life Crisis Center