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Prevention of Suicide in Older Adults – Seniors and Family Guides (Second Edition) | Bundle of 25
Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health - CCSMH
Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health / Card / 2016-01-01 / X70053
Old Age Studies
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While depression is the most common mental health problem among seniors, it is not a normal part of aging. Untreated, it can become a risk factor for suicide.

This brochure was adapted from the CCSMH National Guidelines for Seniors' Mental Health.

Plain language and senior-friendly revision (Grade 6 reading level to compile with the Ontarians with Disabilities Act). Approximately 1200 words, 8.5 X 3.5 booklet, 16 pages.

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