Join us for a Successful Aging Expo in Scarborough Tuesday, April 30, 2019. Older Mainers and their families will have free access to 40+ sources of senior information from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the St. Maximillian Kolbe Church Hall, 150 Black Point Rd., Scarborough, during our annual spring senior expo.

AAAThe Expo, hosted by Maine Senior Guide, will feature 44 exhibitors.  Visit reps from senior living centers, home care and home health options, downsizing and rehabilitation, insurance, travel and pharmacy information. There will be antique appraisals by Daniel Buck and blood pressure testing, and eight speakers over the course of the day.

We used to call them senior expos, but that implied that the info was only for older Mainers.  We’ve discovered that between adult children, Boomers and people in the allied health professions, many different folks attend the expos and speaker’s sessions. Welcome to the Successful Aging Expo!

Successful Aging Expo Door Prizes

Attendees can place their name in the drawing for a door prizes that includes four tickets to “Sophisticated Ladies” at the Maine State Music Theater and dinner money, two round trip tickets on the Amtrak Downeaster, and other door prizes.

Because balance is so critical to living safely at home, the Southern Maine Agency on Aging will run a day-long balance screening room.  Northeast Hearing & Speech will conduct hearing tests, and you can get a free blood pressure screening by MaineHealth Care at Home.

Learn about many different topics in our speaker’s forum. Join us for talks on senior cruise options, Medicare 101, planned giving, hearing equipment, balance updates and human trafficking in Maine.

Sponsors for the Successful Aging Expo include The Salvation Army and Atria Scarborough. Media sponsors include Maine Seniors magazine. Expo admission is free and there is plenty of free parking. Food trucks may be available. There is no registration required.

For more info about the Spring Successful Aging Expo, contact Maine Senior Guide at 207-232-7847 or