Support Groups

  1. Brain Health: Keeping Your Brain Healthy & Sharp

    Maintaining the health of your brain as you age is just as important as staying physically fit. In fact, many studies show that brain fitness can play an important role in warding off dementia. According to the … Continue

  2. AARP News You Can Use: PRIDE for All Generations

    AARP’s founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, was a woman of great spirit and fortitude, who felt that every person has value and an important role to play in their community. She believed that people’s older years should … Continue

  3. How Can I Breathe Better?

    BREATHE BETTER! NEW ASTHMA SPECIALIST JOINS COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM BRUNSWICK, Maine – Mid Coast Health Services is pleased to welcome Asthma Educator Stacey Schmidt to its Community Health Education team. A Registered Respiratory Therapist, she can help … Continue

  4. AARP Maine Responds to Gov. LePage

    February 5, 2012 AARP Maine Responds to Governor’s State-of-the-State Address: Organization Disappointed by Lack of Acknowledgement of Issues Affecting Seniors AARP Maine is responding tonight to Governor Paul LePage’s State-of-the-State address delivered this evening in Augusta. “On … Continue

  5. SMAA Agewell Programs

    The SMAA Center for Agewell Programs offers three healthy living workshops. SMAA Agewell programs include: Living Well for Better Health Living Well for Better Health (Also known as Chronic Disease Self-Management) is a nationally recognized, award-winning program … Continue

  6. Take Heart: the Importance of Relationships

    By Deborah McLean, principal, Maine Senior Guide In business, there’s an accepted truism: we do business with people we know, like and trust. It’s all about relationships and expectations. Now it turns out that’s true on the … Continue

  7. Caregiver Syndrome: Does This Describe You?

    Caregiver Syndrome, a relatively new term, is being used more often by some medical professionals to refer to the emotional and physical toll experienced by those caring for an elderly relative, neighbor or friend. This syndrome is … Continue