Category Archives: Senior Citizens

Understanding The Psychosocial Needs of Late Adults

Late adulthood is the stage of human development which usually begins at the age of 60 and ends with one’s death. Having been through the vicissitudes of life, late adulthood ushers in a significant milestone for the geriatric population. Their psychosocial needs entail a broad spectrum –from focus on health; spending time with family and […]

“Age Is An Issue Of Mind Over Matter”

How does a woman, living in this youth-obsessed world, avoid or escape the judgement sent her way each time she speaks to someone, opens a magazine, walks into a store or just goes online? How does she try to stop sending harsh messages to her mind about herself, each time she looks in the mirror? Vivian Diller, Ph.D and Jill Muir-Sukenick, Ph.D might have the answer.