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Medications for Depression
 
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This video, featuring Dr. Kevin Furmaga, PharmD, BCPP, will explore the various symptoms of depression, the steps for treatment, and options in medication. The main purpose of this discussion is to talk about the different types of antidepressants currently available, their usage and how they work. Used in treatment of: Major depression Anxiety disorders - Generalized anxiety - Panic disorder - Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) - Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) - Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Nerve Pain (neuropathy) Migraine Headache Prevention (prophylaxis) Insomnia
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Treating Alzheimer's Disease: Delusions & Hallucinations
 
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Pine Rest's Jack Mahdasian, MD talks about treating delusions and hallucinations created by Alzheimer's Disease. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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A Mother Talks About Her Postpartum Depression Treatment at Pine Rest
 
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Video from the 2013 Pine Rest Foundation Dinner. A local mother, Stacey Figg talks about her postpartum depression, her experience at Pine Rest that helped her recover from depression, and her hopes for the new Mother and Baby Program in treating other mothers and creating more awareness about perinatal mood disorders.
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Dementia Warning Sign #9: Mood & personality changes
 
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In people with dementia, personality changes can sometimes be striking. An essential part of the brain, the frontal lobe, that's part of the brain that helps you edit or inhibit things you might not otherwise not say. Mood changes as well. When you're working so hard to navigate the world it can be anxiety-provoking. When the things you've taken for granted are now difficult, you can get anxious and depressed.
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Common Types of Dementia
 
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There are many types of dementia. The most common are: • Alzheimer's Disease • Vascular Dementia • Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) • Mixed Dementia • Parkinson's Disease • Frontotemporal Dementia • Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease • Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus • Huntington's Disease • Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Pine Rest "Reaching Out Changing Lives" Compiled Testimonials
 
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This video is a group of testimonials showing how Pine Rest is "Reaching Out, Changing Lives". It was shown at the Pine Rest 100th Anniversary Gala Dinner that took place on October 26, 2010. 

Pine Rest is one of the five largest free-standing behavioral health providers in the U.S., offering a full continuum of services including addiction treatment and recovery, extensive child and adolescent programs, senior care services, and Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT). In addition to the main campus in Grand Rapids, Pine Rest also has 16 outpatient locations throughout West Michigan and two in Iowa. 

Pine Rest achieved a historic milestone in June 2010 when the organization marked 100 years of service to the greater Grand Rapids and national community. The Pine Rest Foundation observes an important milestone as well, 50 years of service. A year-long celebration begins in fall 2010 -- 100 years of innovation, countless healing moments. 

 www.PineRest.org
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Beautiful: Pine Rest Mother & Baby Postpartum Depression Program (45 second)
 
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The Mother and Baby Program is a short-term, intensive treatment program for women experiencing significant symptoms of stress, depression, anxiety, OCD or other mood disorder during or after pregnancy. New moms can bring their infant with them to the daily treatment, helping overcome barriers to treatment such as child care arrangements and breastfeeding schedule. The program is only one of three like it in the country. For more information, visit: www.pinerest.org/moms or call 1-844-MOM-HOPE.
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A Tour of Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services
 
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Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services is one of the largest free standing behavioral health systems in the United States. Founded in 1910, Pine Rest provided inpatient, day programs, outpatient, residential and community services to over 40,000 individuals in 2017. A teaching site of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Pine Rest offers educational programming for clergy, psychologists, nursing students, physician assistants and physicians. The organization is an associate member of the National Network of Depression Centers. To contact Pine Rest, call 800.678.5500 or visit www.pinerest.org.
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The Balance of Unity and Individuality in a Healthy Marriage - Restoring Lives, Renewing Spirits
 
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Host Bill Paxton Interviews local marriage expert Grant Porteous about the balance of unity and individuality in a healthy marriage. Part of Pine Rest's show "Restoring Lives, Renewing Spirits".
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Older Adult Services at Pine Rest
 
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Video from the 2013 Pine Rest Foundation Dinner visits the new older adult unit at Pine Rest, Dr. Jack Mahdasian and the daughter of a patient. JACK MAHDASIAN, MD, MA SENIOR PSYCHIATRIST FOR OLDER ADULTS Having a particular interest in older adults, Dr. Mahdasian, Senior Psychiatrist for the Van Andel • Cook Center for Dementia & Geriatric Behavioral Health, is passionate about the treatment of behavioral health concerns and innovative research for this vulnerable group. (http://www.pinerest.org/van-andel-cook-center-for-dementia--geriatric-behavioral-health)
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Treating Alzheimer's Disease: Depression
 
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Pine Rest's Jack Mahdasian, MD talks about treating the depression created by or accompanying Alzheimer's Disease. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Pine Rest Psychiatric Residency Program
 
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Video from the 2013 Pine Rest Foundation Dinner. Dr. Bill Sanders, Residency Program Director, talks about how the program will provide better access to care for West Michigan residents as well as provide a higher level of care for Pine Rest patients. The program has ties with Michigan State University, Spectrum Health, Metro Health and St. Mary's Mercy Health, so is a true community partnership and allows Residents to gain experience in all areas of psychiatry. WILLIAM SANDERS, DO PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENCY PROGRAM DIRECTOR Dr. Bill Sanders, Forensic Psychiatrist, brings his passion for teaching to his new role as Pine Rest Pine Rest Psychiatry Residency Program Director (http://www.pinerest.org/residency). He will be supervising Psychiatry residents, participating in the case conferences and seminars and will serve as Primary Resident Supervisor on the General Adult Inpatient Rotation.
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Treating Addiction as a Disease, Not a Moral Shortcoming
 
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"Unlike any other disease, in addiction we have to overcome stigma, guilt and shame." Dr. Talal Khan and social worker Mariah DeYoung of Pine Rest Addiction Services, talk to WZZM's My West Michigan about the unique challenges presented by substance use disorder and why those affected by addiction shouldn't give up hope.
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Treating Alzheimer's Disease: Medication for Sleep Changes
 
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Both Alzheimer's Disease and the medications used to treat other symptoms can effect sleep. Pine Rest's Jack Mahdasian, MD, discusses some of these as well as medications that are sometimes used as sleep aids. • Tricyclic antidepressants • Benzodiazepines • "Sleeping pills" • "Atypical" antipsychotics • Older "classical" antipsychotics For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Collaborating on New Depression Treatments
 
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Pine Rest & MSU are one of 26 member sites of the National Network of Depression Centers … we want to be the people who think in new ways about depression and its treatment, to take the laboratory findings (on depression) and translate them into treatment. Interview by Catherine Behrendt of WZZM 13 with Dr. Ray DePaulo and Dr. Eric Achtyes. Dr. J. Raymond DePaulo University Distinguished Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Co-Director, Johns Hopkins Mood Disorders Center Chair, Board of Directors, National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC) Dr. Eric Achtyes Director, Division of Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine Michigan State College of Human Medicine Staff Psychiatrist, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services
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Treating Alzheimer's Disease: Side Effects
 
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Pine Rest's Jack Mahdasian, MD talks about treating symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease: Depression, Anxiety & Restlessness, and Hallucinations. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Do I have Dementia or do I have Alzheimer's Disease?
 
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The question I get asked the most is, "Do I have dementia, or do I have Alzheimer's Disease?" And really, you have to understand that Alzheimer's is just one type of dementia. There are many different kinds. Dementia is a symptom where you have memory loss and some other area of cognitive function like language, processing speed or attention and concentration. That, plus memory loss that is disruptive, that makes it difficult to function, that's how you get dementia. Then we just have to figure out what kind it is. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias, visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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A career in psychiatric nursing brings challenges and rewards
 
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Pine Rest registered nurses talk to WZZM's Catherine Behrendt about the rewards and challenges of working as a psychiatric nurse. As the fourth largest behavioral health care provider, Pine Rest offers many opportunities for registered nurses, activity therapists, social workers, psychiatric technicians and other behavioral health professionals. If you’re considering a career in psychiatric nursing and want to work on one of our great interdisciplinary treatment teams, visit www.pinerest.org/nursing.
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Early Stages of  Alzheimer's
 
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• Could have no symptoms or very mild symptoms for many years • Nuisance symptoms • May only be noticeable to people very close to you
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Is Alzheimer's Disease Fatal?
 
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Q. I've known people with Alzheimer's who have died. Is Alzheimer's fatal? A. Although Alzheimer's can kill you, Alzheimer's itself is something that will kill you because of its effects on your brain. Most people do in fact do die of something else. That might die of pneumonia or infection. Those kinds of things. It can kill you. But people do often die of something else. Note: According to the Alzheimer's Association, 1 out of 3 people die with Alzheimer's Disease, but it might not be the cause of death. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Dementia Warning Sign #1: Memory loss that disrupts daily life
 
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The first warning sign that people need to pay attention to is the thing most people think of, it's forgetfulness. It's things like, where did I put my keys. Now, misplacing your keys happens to all of us routinely. But, it's putting them in a place you just can't find. And it's happening all the time, not just periodically. Or misplacing something in the refrigerator...the iron in the refrigerator is a bad thing. We don't like to see that. It's forgetting the phone call you just had that you forgot to pass on important information. Forgetting things that aren't usual, that your peers aren't doing. Coming up with a word that you can't think of, we all do that now and again. But when you're deeply struggling to communicate because you can't find the language, that's a problem and that's a warning sign. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Pine Rest Patient Story: Rob
 
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Rob talks about his experience at Pine Rest’s hospital ... what brought him to the point of being admitted and the stigma that people with behavioral health face.
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Dementia Warning Sign #8: Withdrawal from work/social activities
 
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People with dementia have difficulty navigating social situations. A natural defense is to withdraw from social activities. Because it may be hard to find the right words, some stop taking to their friends because of feeling more because of feeling more self-conscious. It is common for people with dementia to withdraw. Which is the thing you want to avoid, because it is engaging the world helps continue to exercise and stretch the brain. We encourage family members to continue to have their loved ones participate in life even if they tend to withdraw.
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Dementia Warning Sign #2: Challenges in planning or solving problems
 
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One of the real nuisances with dementia is that you begin to have a hard time problem solving. You need to be able to solve problems to negotiate life. So when your roof leaks, most people are going to call a roofer to come out and fix it. But someone with dementia might struggle to think of the best response to that. Or, if someone calls you on the phone and says, "We can increase the value of your house by putting some expensive siding on." When your brain is working fine you can think, "No, this is sales call. This is not something I need." But there is some problem solving that needs to go along with that. It's one of the reasons that people with dementia are vulnerable to those types of sales approaches that are predatory. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Sex and Intimacy in a Healthy Marriage - Restoring Lives, Renewing Spirits
 
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Host Bill Paxton Interviews local marriage expert Grant Porteous about sex and intimacy in a healthy marriage. Part of Pine Rest's show "Restoring Lives, Renewing Spirits".
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Anger Management Tips
 
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Anger is normal and important to our health. It signals when something is wrong. Anger is usually a secondary emotion tied to a feeling like frustration, disappointment, vulnerability, fear, stress, shame or hurt. Anger energized you to take action, to get out of the way of danger or to fix a problem. Denying your anger just pushes it inward to pop up at an inopportune time later or misdirects the energy at someone else. Acting aggressively when you feel anger, whether physically or verbally hurts those around you. Healthy ways to manage anger include: 1. Take a time out. 2. pause and take a few deep breaths. 3. Repeat a calming word or phrase like "relax" or "it will be okay." 4. Picture a relaxing experience form your past. 5. Check the feeling underneath your anger. 6. Think about how you can address that feeling. Do you need to take action? Change the way you think? Talk to a trusted friend? Unaddressed anger can affect your health. It's been linked to anxiety, cancer, depression, colds, headaches, heart disease and more. Seek professional help if your anger is causing you to... Feel out of control. Become physically ill or violent. Get in trouble with the law. Increase your alcohol use or to use drugs. Have work or school difficulties. Have relationship problems. Learn more about anger and your health at www.pinerest.org/anger
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How is Alzheimer's diagnosed?
 
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Getting a diagnosis of dementia is often as simple as your primary care physician listening to a child or a spouse and recognizing classic symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease, rule out medical problems, depression, thyroid problems, urinary tract infections and others that can create similar symptoms. We encourage people to get memory screenings.This early screening helps... *Better chance of benefiting from treatment *More opportunities to participate in clinical drug trials *Able to participate in planning & decisions *Lessen anxiety about unknown *Develop relationships with doctors, caregivers
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Myth 13: People with Alzheimer's become violent and aggressive.
 
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Q. Do people with Alzheimer's get aggressive or violent? A. Imagine somebody with severe brain damage. It can be difficult for them to understand what's going on in the world around them. They can become tired, confused, agitated and combative. But there are also people who don't do that, but sit quietly and comfortable, and aren't hard to be around. So there is a whole spectrum of behavior. We don't expect somebody to become combative if they have dementia. Our task is to try to keep both types of folks comfortable as they progress through this disease. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias, visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Middle Stages of Alzheimer's
 
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• Begin to see impairment • Things that used to be easy to do are not so easy • Not able to perform at work • Begin to have mood symptoms or personality changes
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Dementia Warning Sign #4: Trouble understanding visual cues
 
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Another area where people with dementia can be impacted is understanding how visual information is interpreted. For those of us who can see, that's how we navigate the world. When we're driving, we make decisions based on visual relationships. The classic example that we see is somebody turning left into oncoming traffic. They've misjudged that distance. They've not appropriately interpreted that visual information. Often in people with dementia, we hear family members say they just don't feel safe with their driving. They're not making good decisions. And that (dementia) could be part of why they're making poor decisions.
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Beautiful: Pine Rest Mother & Baby Postpartum Depression Program (30 Second)
 
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The Mother and Baby Program is a short-term, intensive treatment program for women experiencing significant symptoms of stress, depression, anxiety, OCD or other mood disorder during or after pregnancy. New moms can bring their infant with them to the daily treatment, helping overcome barriers to treatment such as child care arrangements and breastfeeding schedule. The program is only one of three like it in the country. For more information, visit: www.pinerest.org/moms or call 1-844-MOM-HOPE.
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Dementia Warning Sign #5: New problems speaking or writing
 
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Sometimes people with dementia people forget how to use substance words...words that mean specific things...and start using vague or general terms to describe what they mean to get around it. For example, instead of saying "car" they say "driving thing." Instead of saying "toothbrush" they say "mouth thing."
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Pine Rest 100th Anniversary Gala Rosalynn Carter Keynote Speech
 
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Mrs. Rosalynn Carter's keynote address at the 100th Anniversary Gala
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Ask Dr. Heidi March 15th - Parents' Words Are Important
 
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"The 'insignificant' or 'benign' comments we make around our kids make set unconscious expectations for our kids that can turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy" There is a lot of power in words. Listen to this 3-minute audio interview for more helpful information.
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Pine Rest Patient Story: Sasha
 
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Sasha recently shared her inpatient hospital experience at Pine Rest. She had been dealing with her depression for years and it came to a point where she decided to admit herself.
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Myth 10: Depression causes Alzheimer's disease.
 
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Q. Is having depression a sign you'll get Alzheimer's Disease? A. No. Having depression in definitely not a sign that you will get Alzheimer's. But depression can be an early symptom of Alzheimer's Disease. So it's always good if you have signs of depression, especially if you've never had it, you really want to talk to your family doctor about that. Who can either treat the depression or recommend a more thorough assessment. But having depression does not mean you're going to get Alzheimer's Disease. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias, visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Pine Rest 100th Anniversary Gala Speaker Dr. Carolyn King
 
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Video taken during the 100th Anniversary Gala. The speaker is Pine Rest psychiatrist Dr. Carolyn King talking about best practices.
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Dementia Warning Sign #3: Difficulty completing familiar tasks
 
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Another problem people with dementia have is completing tasks, sometimes that they have done their whole life. I can think of a case where I worked with a man who had been a carpenter. This man who had been skilled in woodworking and carpentry had difficulty figuring out how to use the basic tools that had been his trade for life. (He) couldn't figure out how to use a power saw correctly...couldn't figure how to do just simple repairs that would not have taken any energy at all before he became symptomatic. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Mother and Baby Program for postpartum depression, interview by Fox 17
 
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Fox 17 News in an interview with Gretchen Johnson, MSN, RN-BC, about Pine Rest's Mother and Baby Program for postpartum depression. Only the second of its kind in the United States, the partial hospitalization program allows a woman to bring her baby to treatment overcoming childcare and breastfeeding issues. The Mother and Baby Program opened in December 2012.
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Treating Alzheimer's Disease: Anxiety & Restlessness
 
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Pine Rest's Jack Mahdasian, MD talks about treating the anxiety and restlessness created by Alzheimer's Disease. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Patient Education Video
 
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About NeuroStar Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy for depression.
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Treating Alzheimer's Disease: Sleep Changes
 
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Pine Rest's Jack Mahdasian, MD talks about non-medication treatments for the sleep changes that can accompany Alzheimer's Disease. • Maintain regular meal & bed times • Morning sunlight • Regular daily exercise • Avoid alcohol, caffeine & nicotine • Treat any pain • Avoid some medications at bedtime • Comfortable bedroom temperature • Nightlights & security objects • Use bed only for sleep • No TV watching during periods of wakefulness For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Can You Recognize Depression?
 
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Nearly 7% of adults and 13% of teens will experience depression this year, but less than 40% will receive treatment. Recognizing the signs and symptoms is the first step to seeking treatment and recover sooner! Learn more at www.pinerest.org/signs Help is available in Northern Michigan through the Pine Rest Traverse City Clinic and teletherapy services. To schedule your first appointment, please call 866-852-4001. More information is available at www.pinerest.org/traverse-city. Inpatient and intensive outpatient treatments are available at our Grand Rapids campus. More information is available by calling our 24/7 Contact Center at 800-678-5500 or visiting www.pinerest.org/inpatient.
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Treating Alzheimer's Disease: Memory Loss
 
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Pine Rest's Jack Mahdasian, MD talks about treating the memory loss created by Alzheimer's Disease. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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What Causes Alzheimer's Disease?
 
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We don't know what causes Alzheimer's Disease. However, the greatest risk factor is aging. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Pine Rest 100th Anniversary Promotional Video
 
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This video showcases everything Pine Rest does. It was shown at the Pine Rest 100th Anniversary Gala Dinner that took place on October 26, 2010. Pine Rest is one of the five largest free-standing behavioral health providers in the U.S., offering a full continuum of services including addiction treatment and recovery, extensive child and adolescent programs, senior care services, and Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT). In addition to the main campus in Grand Rapids, Pine Rest also has 16 outpatient locations throughout West Michigan and two in Iowa. Pine Rest achieved a historic milestone in June 2010 when the organization marked 100 years of service to the greater Grand Rapids and national community. The Pine Rest Foundation observes an important milestone as well, 50 years of service. A year-long celebration begins in fall 2010 -- 100 years of innovation, countless healing moments.
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Aren't memory problems a normal part of aging?
 
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Q. Doesn't everyone have memory problems when they get older? A. Memory problems are not by themselves something we would expect from people aging. People sometimes have difficulty retrieving the word that they want. But, memory problems are the kind of thing that interfere with your ability to function. So we don't expect that with people with normally aging that people will have difficulty functioning in their day-to-day activities. So it's not normal. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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Pine Rest 100th Anniversary Gala Rosalynn Carter Introduction
 
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Joseph Scoville Pine Rest board chairperson provides an introduction for keynote speaker Mrs. Rosalynn Carter at the Pine Rest 100th Anniversary Gala.
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Depression Signs | Pine Rest Traverse City Clinic
 
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Depression is very treatable. Get to know the signs!
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Myth 11: Dietary supplements protect the brain.
 
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Q. Are there any supplements I can take to prevent Alzheimer's? A. There isn't today any supplement that's been proven to slow down Alzheimer's. Any supplements you want to coordinate with your family doctor, there can be some health benefits in the right dosage for some of these supplements. But for the most part, if you eat properly, exercise, get some rest you really don't need to have supplements. For more information about services for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias, visit Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services at http://www.pinerest.org/dementia or Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.
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