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Penobscot Valley Senior College

Penobscot Valley Senior College offers people over 50 the joy of learning about a variety of fascinating topics in a relaxed, sociable setting. Activities include presentations on special topics, six-week courses, opportunities to socialize, and access to courses at Senior Colleges statewide. In-person classes are held inaccessible Bangor-area locations with easy parking. Currently, online presentations […]

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Course announcement for Spring 2023

GRN 501: Life Transitions and Health in Aging 3 credits, entirely online GRN 501 IS ONE OF THREE COURSES IN THE UMAINE INTERPROFESSIONAL GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN GERONTOLOGY Course faculty: Jennifer Crittenden, PhD, Assistant Professor of Social Work and UMaine Center on Aging Associate Director with lectures from interprofessional guest faculty from psychology, dentistry, social work, geriatrics/healthcare, and human development. If interested […]

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A Geriatrics Thought Leaders Conversation: Clinical Perspectives on the Predictors of Progression from Mild Cognitive Impairment to Dementia

A GERIATRICS THOUGHT LEADERS CONVERSATION Clinical Perspectives on the Predictors of Progression from Mild Cognitive Impairment to Dementia Tuesday, July 26, 2022, 4–5 p.m. FREE ADMISSION Join us on Zoom: maine.zoom.us/j/82029766963 Ross Andel, Ph.D. Professor and Director, School of Aging Studies Director, Ph.D. in Aging Studies Program College of Community and Behavioral Sciences University of South Florida, Tampa, […]

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The University of Maine Center on Aging is hiring!

If you are passionate about supporting Maine’s older adults, the Center on Aging is looking for a Program Coordinator to join our AmeriCorp Seniors Senior Companion Program and become a member of the Center team. This is a full-time position through the University of Maine. This position supports volunteers that serve homebound older adults in Maine. […]

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Mark Your Calendars – 2022 UMaine Clinical Geriatrics Colloquium

MARK YOUR CALENDARS for this very special event Seventeenth Annual University of Maine Clinical Geriatrics Colloquium (Virtual) Geroscience — From Cells to Community: What it Means to Your Life and Your Practice Tuesday, November 15, 2022 • 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. This year’s colloquium focuses on the clinical and practice implications of advances in the science […]

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