Door County Medical Center (DCMC) has welcomed Lauren Daoust as the new program director of its Senior Life Solutions program, an intensive, outpatient group-therapy program designed to support seniors experiencing age-related depression, anxiety, life transitions, a recent health diagnosis or the loss of a loved one.
Daoust will promote awareness of the program and direct and coordinate the activities of program staff to ensure quality patient care. She will also continue serving as a program therapist, providing therapeutic services through group, individual and family therapy sessions.
Daoust has a master’s degree in social work and has been a Senior Life Solutions therapist since the program began in October 2020. She was previously a DCMC social worker and case manager, as well as a social worker for Unity Hospice in Door and Kewaunee County. She lives in Sturgeon Bay with her family.
Find out more about DCMC’s Senior Life Solutions program by calling 920.746.3778 or visiting dcmedical.org.