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News & Events
Prairie View celebrates 61st anniversary
March 31, 2015
Caregiver group to watch Alzheimer’s documentary
March 30, 2015
East Wichita Caregiver Support Group set for April 7
March 30, 2015News & Media Center
Insomnia: What it is and when to get help
March 13, 2015
by Mary Carman, PhD, LP Vice President, Operations and Older Adult Services, Prairie View, Inc. You’re tired all the time. You have little energy, can’t focus and are irritable. Now you’re making more errors at work and calling in sick more often. You tell coworkers that you’re having problems sleeping. How do you know if […]MORE
Older adults and depression: Part 2
March 3, 2015
by Amy Ibbetson, a licensed master level psychologist at Prairie View, Inc. An older adult may have the impression that feeling depressed is common as one grows older and therefore may not want to burden others with his/her problems. There may be the fear of being hospitalized in a psychiatric institution or being labeled as […]MORE