Personal Health and Wellbeing During COVID-19

A complimentary virtual event from Senior Star
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Featured Speaker

Dr. Paul Nussbaum-2

In this virtual event series, Dr. Paul Nussbaum will discuss the tremendous, immeasurable, psychological toll that the COVID-19 pandemic has taken on us as a society, especially our nation's senior citizens, and what we can do to help repair these effects. 

All participants and attendees of this digital event will learn about:

  • The impact of COVID-19 on our psychological health.
  • Our need for routine, identity, and control and how COVID-19 has disrupted each.
  • How you're not alone in feeling negative thoughts, feelings, or a sense of hopelessness/helplessness.
  •  The importance of psychological health and the ability to generate inner control and foster wellbeing.
  • How to build resilience in the face of challenging times.

Register for this complimentary virtual event today.

Register for this complimentary on-demand virtual event today.

The psychological effects of COVID-19 on seniors will be immeasurable

The true effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of everyone in the world is immeasurable. Long periods of isolation can lead to feelings of loneliness and depression coupled with the paranoia and fear of contracting the virus yourself (or a loved one catching it) can lead to stress and additional health complications. 

And there is no demographic that is feeling the effects of this more than our nations senior citizens. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed serious flaws in our public health policies and behaviors on the individual, community, and national levels. As we head toward a post-COVID world, we as a nation and collective human race will need to take it upon ourselves to do the small things in our everyday lives to not only ensure the health and wellbeing of ourselves and our loved ones but to do our part for our community as well. 

It all starts with developing a clear understanding of how the pandemic has affected you or your loved ones. Some effects are more subtle than others, however, it's important that these changes are identified, diagnosed, and a plan is built to move forward and to cope.

Register for this complimentary virtual event and understand what you can do for yourself and your loved ones to help mitigate the effects of the virus.