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Overview

Home Care Services for depression can be very beneficial for some individuals to help them recover. There are various reasons a depressed individual may not seek out out-patient treatment services.

When a person is depressed, they lack energy and motivation to engage in goal-directed activities. Moreover, going to a clinic setting for regular appointments can appear like an exhausting task.

Due to the stigma attached to requiring mental health services, the depressed individual may be unwilling to out seek treatment outside for fear of being stigmatized by known people as being ‘mentally ill’.

When a person is depressed, they experience feelings of worthlessness and hopeless. Thus, the individual may feel hopeless that any treatment could help them feel better.

The depressed individual may have suicidal ideations and want to end their life, thus not caring about treatment. This is when the family can intervene and help them get access to professional treatment by enrolling in home care services for depression.

The depressed individual may not be knowledgeable about how mental health professionals can help them recover from depression.
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What are the benefits of Depression Home Care?

It provides access to professional treatment for a depressed individual in the comfort of their homes, which ensures regularity to treatment that is crucial to help them recover.

How does it work?

The psychiatrist, psychologist, nurses, and any other professionals required, depending on the condition of the depressed individual, would visit your home and offer their treatment on a consistent weekly, fortnightly, or monthly basis.

How many numbers of sessions are required? 

This differs for each individual. In the beginning they may require frequent sessions but as they start feeling and doing better, they may require sessions after longer intervals.