Life is filled with changes, but it seems that many of the major transitions happen in the second half of life. People may experience the losses of family, life partner, career, home, health and cognitive ability. It may be time to downsize your home or simplify your expenses. You may decide it makes sense to live closer to your children or move into a residential community. You might be seeking ways to connect with new friends and activities in a new community.
PSRC social service staff offer consultations and brief counseling to help you navigate these life transitions. We will meet with individuals, couples or families to understand your particular situation and support you through the transition.
"I had to give up my support system when I moved back to take care of Mom. This group has been a lifeline for me, with people who understand what I'm trying to do."
"You helped our family explore several options and talk about how we felt together so that we could make the best plan for Mom and Dad after her stroke."
"As my husband's Alzheimer's progressed, I became more isolated without realizing it, and I got worn out. Then I got sick and a friend told me to come here. You helped me find help so I wasn't trying to do it all anymore."