Southern Maine Agency on Aging Monthly eNews
Southern Maine Agency on Aging Monthly eNews
Below you will find an archive of Southern Maine Agency on Aging monthly monthly updates. Browse through the issues below, or follow the link located at the bottom of this page to subscribe.


Southern Maine Agency on Aging eNews (May 2022)
Saying Farewell to Katlyn Blackstone, Chief Program Officer After 21 years of exemplary service, Katlyn Blackstone will be stepping down from her role as Chief Program Officer. During her many years at SMAA, Katlyn has overseen many impactful initiatives.   Monthly Updates: Understanding Cognitive Loss workshop, $850 Relief Checks, Sam L. Cohen Adult Day Program, Medicare Fraud Prevention Week, Key Takeaways from the first networking meeting of The Exchange: Southern Maine Alliance for Older Adults

Southern Maine Agency on Aging eNews (Apr 2022)
Celebrating SMAA volunteers, Multilingual Resources, Savvy Caregiver, and more Go to: SMAA Volunteers Monthly Updates In April, in recognition of National Volunteers Month, we celebrated our volunteers and their immense contributions to the Southern Maine Agency on Aging's programs. We would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to all of our volunteers for all you do for the agency. SMAA truly would not be able to touch as many lives if it weren't for your hard

Southern Maine Agency on Aging March eNews (Mar 2022)
We talk development goals, benefits app support, upcoming AMOB classes and more March 2022 In our February edition, we announced that Chris Stelling would be joining Southern Maine Agency on Aging’s leadership team as the new Director of Development beginning March 21st.   Chris has extensive experience in fundraising, donor relations, community-building, and strategic planning.     We asked her three questions in the first week of her new position:

Southern Maine Agency on Aging February eNews (Feb 2022)
SMAA's impact: 2021 Report to the Community + programs & services improvements February 2022: SPECIAL EDITION includes REPORT to the COMMUNITY Jump to February updates Highlights from REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY for the fiscal Year 2020-2021 Biddeford Meals on Wheels volunteers and staff (L to R): Norm Gobeil, JoAnn Gobeil, Lilly Lavoie-Sirois, Ashley Perrone (Site Manager), and Kathi Davison Dear Friends, Over the past year, the Southern Maine Agenc

Southern Maine Agency on Aging December eNews (Dec 2021)
Get ready for the Maine winter with our winter safety checklists & holiday tips December 2021: Holiday & Winter Edition Download and share our Holiday and Winter Safety Checklist Michele Grivois Community Services Program Manager Greetings and Happy Holidays!   The holidays can be a difficult time for older adults as they may be spending this time alone. Family and friends may have passed away or live far away. The holidays often brin

Southern Maine Agency on Aging Monthly eNews (Nov 2021)
Learn about the exciting things happening at the Southern Maine Agency on Aging! November 2021 Go to:   News | Announcements & Events | From Our Partners In recognition of November as Family Caregiver Awareness month, we devote this issue of SMAA’s eNews to talk about the needs of family care partners and the ways we at SMAA help them.  Megan Walton, CEO Family Caregiver Support Services Allow for Care Partners to Thri

Southern Maine Agency on Aging October eNews (Oct 2021)
Learn about the exciting things happening at the Southern Maine Agency on Aging! Go to:   News | Announcements & Events | From Our Partners October 2021 Meredith Anderson,  Community Services Outreach Manager For SMAA, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Are Not Just Checkboxes The Southern Maine Agency on Aging's (SMAA) mission is to serve older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers. Since SMAA’s inception in 1973,

Southern Maine Agency on Aging September eNews (Sep 2021)
Learn about the exciting things happening at the Southern Maine Agency on Aging! September 2021 Anna Guest, Director of Community Education Doing Our Best with the Times We Are Given Here at the Southern Maine Agency on Aging, fall is always an important season for programming, and just like you, we have been so looking forward to returning to more in-person services and events! Yet, heading into colder months, with case counts on the rise again, the impa

Senior News: Summer Edition (Aug 2021)
Learn about the exciting things happening at the Southern Maine Agency on Aging! Summer Edition Welcome to our digital summer e-newsletter! There are many exciting things happening at the Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA) as we head into the fall! I’m thrilled to announce our upcoming 4th Annual Charting the Future event, Friday September 17th from 12:00-1:15. This year we focus on the critical issue of Social Isolation: Staying Connected for Healthy Aging.&nbs




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