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ACE Screening

Routine and universal Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) screening helps clinical teams provide more effective and equitable health care. Screening results can be used to provide targeted clinical interventions, as well as offer greater compassion, patience, and the...

Problem-Solving Therapy

Feeling overwhelmed by everyday problems? Laura Greisman, social worker, reveals how problem-solving techniques can be used to tackle one problem at a time to improve your mood. Learn how this treatment works for older adults with mild depression.

Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA)

MoCA is the most sensitive and validated cognitive screening tool, supported by over 500 peer-reviewed studies. MoCA Full is widely used internationally by various medical professionals and available in over 100 languages and dialects. Other MoCA versions are...

CoCM EHR Documentation Templates Universal

This document provides examples of EHR documentation templates currently used by an organization delivering CoCM services. Please use and adapt as your organization desires. Also note that these examples include “Patient/Parent/Caregiver” for application to adult and...

Behavioral Activation Quick Guide

This infographic provides details on behavioral activation - a brief intervention that breaks patterns of avoidance and helps reestablish routines, thereby increasing pleasurable experiences and decreasing depression in patients.

How to Implement Effective Integrated Care

Lori Raney, M.D., discusses the principles of effective collaborative care: "It has been 15 years since the publication of the Improving Mood-Promoting Access to Collaborative Treatment (IMPACT) trial, which established an effective approach for treating older adults...

Tips for Discussing Sensitive Topics with Your Doctor (NIH)

Much of the communication between doctor and patient is personal. To have a good partnership with your doctor, it is important to talk about sensitive subjects, like sex or memory problems, even if you are embarrassed or uncomfortable. This guide will help patients...

Depression and Older Adults (NIH)

Resources for patients, caregivers and providers from the National Institute on Aging. This article explains common signs and symptoms of depression, treatment options, and what to do if you or your loved one may be at risk for depression.