Seniors Wellness Group provides comprehensive, evidence-based and cost-efficient mental health care to residents of extended care facilities. The Group was established in 1995 and currently services over 200 long-term care facilities. The practice maintains a philosophy that attends to the integrity of each individual while applying the most modern and advanced treatment concepts, a recognition of a capacity for positive change throughout the life cycle, and goals of restoring and maintaining a strong sense of self-worth and meaningful life experience for each elderly person under the Group’s care. 

Comprehensive Services

  • Comprehensive Psychological Evaluation
  • Psychiatric Evaluation & Medication Monitoring
  • 24-hour Emergency Assistance
  • Neuropsychological Testing
  • Individual Counseling/Psychotherapy
  • Behavior Management
  • Psychological Pain Management
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Support & Therapy
  • Triage assistance with urgent psychiatric matters
  • In-Service Training for Facility Staff

Clinical Pathway of Care

Focusing on providing individualized treatment plans with the most appropriate, efficient, and least restrictive interventions for restoring and maintaining a strong sense of self-worth and general well-being

  • Initial Diagnostic Evaluation
  • Appropriate Level of Care Established
  • Treatment Plan Developed
    • Behavioral Management
    • Medication Management
    • and/or
    • Psychotherapy as indicated
  • Neuropsychological Testing as Needed to assist with further Intervention Planning
  • Treatment Process Initiated
  • Ongoing Assessment with Modification to Treatment Plan or Level of Care as necessary
  • Treatment Process Completed with Appropriate Aftercare Plan
  • Treatment Outcome Established

Behavioral Management Programming

  • Reduces the risk of danger to the patient, staff, and other residents
  • Alleviates patient distress and “excess disability”
  • Improves quality of life
  • Reduces or eliminate psychotropic medication
  • Reduces level of detrimental stress for family, staff, and other residents
  • Promotes more efficient and productive unit activity

Specialized Treatment Service which has specific applications to psychiatric disturbances that often are of the most serious nature The clinical psychologist develops the program over a series of evaluative/treatment sessions Targeted behavior (e.g. hitting other residents and staff) is analyzed A written summary is submitted with communication of the plan to direct care staff via mini in-services Ongoing consultations are made until outcomes are achieved

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