Bernie Seifert, MSW, LICSW
Studies link Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) to living farther away from the equator. Many northerners feel drained, irritable and depressed in the long, dark winter months, and the holidays are an especially tough time for many. Don’t let the New England latitude affect your attitude! Although SAD is common, it can be prevented and treated. This session will focus on recognizing the signs of and risk factors for SAD, what to do if you suspect that you or someone you know has SAD, and preventing and treating SAD.
You may view this program VIA LIVE WEB STREAM from any computer with an internet connection, Windows Media Player, Flash Player and audio capabilities. To view the web stream, go to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Video Streaming website at the time of the program. If you plan on watching this video via live web stream, registration is NOT necessary.
When & Where
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Aging Resource Center
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Aging Resource Center provides older adults, families, and community members with information, education, and support to help them live healthier and more informed lives. We are located at 46 Centerra Parkway, 2nd Floor, Lebanon, N.H.