How can you help someone who has depression to follow their treatment plan?
Help the person with depression to stick to his or her treatment plan. This means making sure that medicines are available if prescribed, being available to participate in therapy sessions with the person if needed, helping make recommended lifestyle changes, and encouraging the person to follow up with the proper health care provider, especially if the treatment needs to be adjusted.
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