Mental Health in Condos

Mental health in condominiums is an issue that is likely to increase in frequency as living in condominiums becomes the norm. The aging population will also make it an important issue as certain mental health issues (i.e. alzheimer’s and dementia) are more common as we age. The symptoms may include memory loss, confusion, hallucinations, delusions, depression, anxiety, or aggression.     Read the article………..


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