-Margaret’s Story- Facing Late-Life Depression

Depression is a common disorder in the elderly and depressive symptoms in the elderly are frequently confused with the effects of other mental illnesses, making its diagnosis and management all the more challenging.

On this year’s World Mental Health Day, let’s aim to raise awareness of mental health around the world and to mobilize efforts to eliminate stigma. Learn more about Margaret’s story to understand the struggles she faces as a retired grandmother, suffering from major depressive disorder.


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