Senior Mental Health Services
Reflections is an effective program that addresses the emotional, mental and medical needs of senior adults so that they can maintain a satisfying quality of life. The program offers a safe, secure environment and is available 24-hours a day to assist older adults and their families.
- Crisis stabilization
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Recreational, Occupational and Physical therapy
- Medication management
- Spiritual counseling
Reflections offers a specially trained support staff to deal with the unique needs and concerns of older adults. Reflections staff includes:
- Primary care physicians
- Registered nurses
- Licensed social workers
- Therapeutic recreation specialists
- Occupational therapists
The patient's family is considered a very important part of the treatment team and the family is encouraged to participate in family conferences, discharge planning, and weekly support groups.
Patients are referred to Reflections by physicians, mental health professionals, family members or concerned others.
The initial assessment is free, confidential, and conducted by a Reflections professional. It may include preadmission telephone screening and/or personal evaluation.
Warning signs that may indicate the need for treatment include:
- Withdrawal from social contact
- Loss of interest in normal activities and appearance
- Panic attacks
- Severe change in eating or sleeping habits
- Substance abuse
- Talk about death
- Suicide threats and attempts
For more information, contact (317) 468.4351
Pet Partners Program
Hancock Regional Hospital is pleased to be a member of the Delta Society's Pet Partners Program. Judy and her pet partner Reggie, a 115 pound giant schnoodle visit our patients on a weekly basis to assist in providing companionship and assist in therapy with our patients.
To find out more about the serendipitous moments in the life of a therapy dog, please visit their website at www.therapydogministry.org