Depression in Elders may mimic dementia, or signal the beginning of another illness. It can shine light on the need to heal old wounds in the final stage of life.


Family members who provide care for an Elder may be at significantly greater risk for depression than their peers.


This coming Friday, (11/9), join me for “When Elder Care Hurts: How to Listen when Depression Symptoms are Speaking.”


This workshop will provide an overview of this poorly understood collection of symptoms, offer suggestions about how to respond to concerns about possible depression, and explore ways to reduce suffering and increase resilience.


The workshop is part of the 25th Annual Conference on Depression; this year’s theme is “Depression in Everyday Life.”


Speakers, panels, and workshops will explore topics such as living with depression symptoms in the workplace, at home, and in relationships.


The event is free and open to all members of the community.


For registration and more information, please visit the following link:



Friday, November 9th
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

registration begins at 8:30 a.m.


Tompkins County Public Library, Ithaca, NY


If you can’t be with us on November 9th, be sure to join us for Care Partner Connection: Office Hours!

  • We can all feel more rested, more centered, and less alone on our Journey.
  • We can be more aware of how we are all connected, and help others grow on their path, too!

Care Partner Connection: Office Hours is a community for sharing tips and strategies through videos, supplementary resources, and a deeper community conversation.

Registration is FREE and EASY at: https://app.ruzuku.com/courses/30811/about

See you there,

Lisa K.

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