Wed Oct 02 18:52:42 PDT 2019
Aging listening session held in Ashland
According to James Moorhead, Aging services manager for DHHS; Office of Aging and Disability services, Maine has to submit a plan to the administration for community living every 4 years to receive funds from the older Americans act.
He says that they need to gauge the needs and preferences of older living individuals throughout the state. He says the eight listening sessions they are doing are the opportunity for the people to give this input.
10/8 @ the VFW Hall Waldoboro, ME
10/15 @ The Eastern Area Agency on Aging Offices
10/16 Spectrum Generations Muskie center Waterville, ME
10/16 @ the University of Machias, Performing arts center Machias, ME
10/22 @ SeniorsPlus Offices, Lewiston, ME
10/23 @ Comfort Inn & Suites, Wilton, ME
10/24 @ Glickman Library, Portland, ME
We continue our salute to County seniors.
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