Grieving during COVID-19: What health service providers of older adults need to know

COVID-19 has left many people experiencing high levels of grief and loss. Grief may be due to the loss of a friend or loved one, a job or income, regular contact with others, celebrations, and/or community and other social support systems. While many are experiencing reduced access to health supports for chronic conditions, health service providers around the world are navigating trauma experienced on the job, compassion fatigue and burnout.

Learn more about grieving during COVID-19 in this fact sheet from Understanding Mental Health and Well-Being in Later Life and share your feedback on EENet Connect


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