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University of Maine Center on Aging Student Symposium Presenters

Apr. 16, 2021 | 8 AM to 5 PM Live Technical Sessions 1:15PM to 2:15PM UMaine Student Symposium: https://umaine.edu/umss/ COA GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT STUDENTS Rocky Coastlines, Masters of Social Work Student Project Title: Designation of Excellence in Person-Centered Care: Initial Literature Review Findings https://video.maine.edu/media/Rocky+Coastlines/1_6vdy3rhy Rachel Coleman, MPP, MA, Ecology and Environmental Sciences PhD Student Project […]

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Dementia Reconsidered, Using Medications Wisely

Dementia Reconsidered, Using Medications Wisely, is scheduled for Wednesday, April 7 from 10am – 12pm Click here for the Flyer.  This session of Dementia Reconsidered will be presented by Susan Wehry, MD with special guest Sydney P. Springer, PharmD, MS, BCPS, BCGP. The recommended audience for this training includes: Health professionals involved in the care […]

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Please join us for the AgingME GWEP Lunch & Learn Helping Hands, Watchful Eyes: Suicide Prevention Opportunities with Older Adults

Dear Community Partners, Providers and Students: Please join us for the AgingME GWEP Lunch & Learn Helping Hands, Watchful Eyes: Suicide Prevention Opportunities with Older Adults with Greg Marley, LCSW Director of Suicide Prevention with NAMI Maine. This free event will take place Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 12pm via Zoom Certificates of attendance available.  Registration is […]

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Zoom webinar for Lifelong Fellows: Grant Writing for Lifelong Communities

Lifelong Fellows Webinar: Grant Writing for Lifelong Communities Date and Time: January 11, 10:00-11:00 Presenter: Holly Korda Registration Link: https://bit.ly/LCGrantWrite Description: Does your lifelong community need grant funding for one or more of your projects? The first step is to develop a grant strategy based on your mission, resources, and the programs that residents have identified as priorities. […]

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Course announcement for Spring 2021 – 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 Contact: jennifer.crittenden@maine.edu Course topics include: Ethnic, cultural, social and gender issues of […]

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Free Interdisciplinary Webinar

  FREE INTERDISCIPLINARY WEBINAR   Enhancing Health Care Access:  Adding Telehealth to Your Toolkit   Monday September 14, 2020 11:00 am – 12:30 pm The University of Maine and the AgingME Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP) is pleased to offer virtual professional development training in the innovative and rapidly advancing area of Telehealth. This presentation […]

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