Join us for our UMaine Health Connection Chat Wednesdays at 11am

UMaine Health Connection Chats

Fourth Round of Sessions  July

Wednesdays from 11am – 12 Noon

LIVE, practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine’s 60+ citizens and other high risk residents during COVID-19. Chats are held by Zoom (internet)

or by telephone. No cost to attend. THOSE JOINING BY PHONE CAN SEND IN QUESTIONS TO OUR SPEAKERS AHEAD OF TIME.

For call-in information or Zoom connection link, please contact Kelley Morris at kelley.morris@maine.edu or 207.262.7925

For questions and suggestions for future topics, contact Len Kaye at len.kaye@maine.edu or 207.262.7922

SCHEDULED SPEAKERS ( July 1 – 29)

July 1st – Staying Healthy in the Age of COVID-19: Presented by Patricia Hamilton, APRN, Public Health Director, City of Bangor

July 8th Being Mindful While Navigating the Pandemic: Presented by Emily A.P. Haigh, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training, Department of Psychology, University of Maine

July 15th The Importance of Our Sense of Hearing for Staying Connected: Presented by Amy Engler Booth, M.A., CCC-A, FAAA, Clinical Faculty and Audiology Supervisor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Maine

July 22nd Dealing Effectively with the Trauma of Living During COVID-19: Presented by Judith Josiah-Martin, Ph.D., ACSW, CADC, Lecturer, School of Social Work, University of Maine

July 29th How Technology Can Help Older Adults Maintain Their Health and Avoid Social Isolation: Presented by Susan Corbett, Director, National Digital Equity Center

Each session will include resource experts from the University of Maine Center on Aging and Eastern Area Agency on Aging. Sessions will be recorded and be made available at: https://mainecenteronaging.umaine.edu/stayhealthy

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