This week we celebrate our elders, their resiliency, and their leadership across the state. Serving as knowledge keepers, elders teach us that mental health is important for the whole family. In Tribal communities, mental well-being is both intergenerational and holistic, where eldest to the youngest members play a vital role in community wellness. A beautiful way to improve mental health and encourage our neighbors is to get involved in intergenerational volunteer opportunities. Learn more on how communities are working to bolster behavioral health in Indigenous communities and take the pledge to join the Indian Affairs Department and Aging and Long-term Services Department to showcase the importance of mental health for elders and Tribal communities.
Difficulty with attention, concentration, memory, impulsivity, hyperactivity, and social skills — these are among the signs of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), which affects millions