what do older adults believe are their general needs, concerns, and health issues?

Spectrum Generations seeks Waldo County focus group

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BELFAST — Spectrum Generations, the Central Maine Area Agency on Aging, is seeking focus group participants to gauge their interests and insight on aging issues relative to their desire to continue aging in place.

Participants will have the opportunity to engage in an open environment, and bring their concerns about available services, and any resources that may be lacking.

The focus group will be held at the Volunteers of America Reynolds House (33 Booth Drive, Belfast) on September 10, from 2 – 4 p.m.

Participation is free and snacks will be provided, but registration is required. For more information or to register, contact Beth Seekins at 207.930.8090 or email bseekins@spectrumgenerations.org, TTY is available at 1.800.464.8703.

The purpose of the focus group is to identify what older adults believe are their general needs, concerns, and health issues. Themes that emerge from the focus groups will assist Spectrum Generations in forming their strategic plan, which is also shared with the State Office on Aging and Disabilities.

 

 

About Spectrum Generations
Spectrum Generations is the Central Maine Area Agency on Aging as well as a federally designated Aging and Disability Resource Center. The 501c (3) nonprofit organization helps older and disabled adults – plus those who care for them – live healthy, independent lives in their own homes and communities.

For more information, call 1.800.639.1553 or visit online at spectrumgenerations.org. Like the Spectrum Generations Facebook page for updates.

Event Date: 

Tue, 09/10/2019 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Event Location: 

Volunteers of America Reynolds House

Address: 

33 Booth Drive
Belfast  Maine
United States