Tips for talking to older people about mental health during COVID-19 lockdown and isolation

Emma Horn
By Emma Horn
Updated August 3 2020 - 6:23am, first published July 31 2020 - 7:00am
REAL TALK: Riverina Bluebell chairman Allen Hunt is encouraging strategies to help keep an eye on the mental health struggles of older people in Wagga. Picture: Emma Hillier

Mental health advocates have shared concerns for the welfare of people aged over 60, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues across the world.

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Emma Horn

Emma Horn

Group video editor

National videographer, filmmaker, and editor. Former features and weekender writer for The Daily Advertiser. Small, quiet, and a student of the Julie Bishop School Of Staring. Usually dressed in something colourful, always snacking on something homemade. Friend to most mothers and all dogs. Got stories? Get in touch. emma.horn@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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