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One — thousands of services. Area Agencies on Aging AAAs Offer older adult home-based care services, support for caregivers, senior information counselors, meals on wheels, adult day care, child care, plus many other services. Maine has five AAAs. Dirigo Pines Dirigo Pines, a University of Maine Center on Aging partner, is a comprehensive Retirement Community in Orono, Maine, with one story cottages and an Inn that includes apartments and assisted living suites.
Legal Services for the Elderly Provides free, legal assistance to socially and economically needy Maine residents age 60 and older. Maine Long Term Care Ombudsman Program A Swedish word, Ombudsman pronounced om-budz-man is a specially trained advocate who is given authority under federal and Maine law to investigate and resolve complaints made by, or on behalf of, long-term care consumers.
Office of Aging and Disability Services Serves older adults, their families and people with disabilities. Included on this are links to information on the many programs the office is responsible for, policy information, and information of interest to service providers in the state. Members devise the curriculum and enroll in non-credit classes taught by peers, primarily retired faculty from USM and other institutions.
OLLI provides support for the Maine Lifelong Learning Network which includes senior college programs around the state of Maine offering education opportunities for Mainers over MCOA is a broad, membership-based network of over 60 organizations and businesses working to promote the safety, independence and well-being of all older adults in Maine, especially those who are most vulnerable.
Dirigo Maine. Dirigo Maine is a chapter of the American Geriatrics Society AGSa not-for-profit organization of nearly 6, health professionals devoted to improving the health, independence and quality of life of all older people. The Society provides leadership to healthcare professionals, policy makers and the public by implementing and advocating for programs in patient care, research, professional and public education, and public policy.
American Association of Retired Persons AARP Nonprofit association dedicated to shaping and enriching the experience of aging for all its members and for all Americans. American Society on Aging National network of professionals in the field of aging. Department of Health and Human Services.
CMS runs the Medicare and Medicaid programs — two national health care programs that benefit about 75 million Americans. Family Caregiver Alliance This national organization provides resources to help those who care for disabled or frail elders. Gerontological Society of America Established in to promote the scientific study of aging, to encourage exchanges among researchers and practitioners from various disciplines related to gerontology, and to foster the use of gerontological research in forming public policy.
Generations United The only national membership organization focused solely on promoting intergenerational strategies, programs, and public policies.
AoA programming aims to help older adults live independently in their communities. UMaine Center on Aging. State Resources Maine One — thousands of services. Maine Council on Aging MCOA is a broad, membership-based network of over 60 organizations and businesses working to promote the safety, independence and well-being of all older adults in Maine, especially those who are most vulnerable. Dirigo Maine Dirigo Maine is a chapter of the American Geriatrics Society AGSa not-for-profit organization of nearly 6, health professionals devoted to improving the health, independence and quality of life of all older people.
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