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Kelley Morris

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August 2020

UMaine Health Connection Chats: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Home Health Care (online)

August 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free

Live, practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine’s 60+ citizens and other persons at high risk for COVID-19. The speaker on August 12 is Sandy Nesin, Esq. Vice President, Accountable Care Operations and Population Health Strategy, St. Joseph Healthcare and Amy Shawley, Operations Manager, St. Joseph Homecare and Hospice, St. Joseph Healthcare. For call-in or Zoom connection link, contact Kelley Morris at kelley.morris@maine.edu or 207.262.7925. To view information on the talks in this series, click here. Sessions are…

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UMaine Health Connection Chats: Dealing with Vision Loss (online)

August 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free

Live, practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine’s 60+ citizens and other persons at high risk for COVID-19. The speaker on August 19 is Laura Vittorioso, M.Ed., CVRT, CLVT, Vision Rehabilitation Therapist, York County, The Iris Network, and Samantha Green, M.A., CVRT, Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist, Northern Team Lead, The Iris Network. For call-in or Zoom connection link, contact Kelley Morris at kelley.morris@maine.edu or 207.262.7925. To view information on the talks in this series, click here. Sessions are…

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UMaine Health Connection Chats: Using In-patient and Out-patient Services During a Pandemic (online)

August 26 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free

Live, practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine’s 60+ citizens and other persons at high risk for COVID-19. The speaker on August 26 is Jessica Taylor, R.N., BSN, CCCTM, Director, Outpatient Care Management Department and Interim Director, Inpatient Care Management Department and UR, St. Joseph Healthcare. For call-in or Zoom connection link, contact Kelley Morris at kelley.morris@maine.edu or 207.262.7925. To view information on the talks in this series, click here. Sessions are recorded and are available online.

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September 2020

UMaine Health Connection Chats: Advocacy Techniques for Every Person During the Pandemic (online)

September 2 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free

Live, practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine’s 60+ citizens and other persons at high risk for COVID-19. The speaker on September 2 is Sandy Butler, Ph.D., Professor, Director, and MSW Coordinator, School of Social Work, University of Maine. For call-in or Zoom connection link, contact Kelley Morris at kelley.morris@maine.edu or 207.262.7925. To view information on the talks in this series, click here. Sessions are recorded and are available online.

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UMaine Health Connection Chats: Preparing Healthful Meals During a Pandemic (online)

September 9 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free

Live, practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine’s 60+ citizens and other persons at high risk for COVID-19. The speaker on September 9 is Kate Yerxa, M.S., R.D., Associate Extension Professor, University of Maine Cooperative Extension. For call-in or Zoom connection link, contact Kelley Morris at kelley.morris@maine.edu or 207.262.7925. To view information on the talks in this series, click here. Sessions are recorded and are available online.

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UMaine Health Connection Chats: 2020 Maine Wisdom Summit (online)

September 16
Free

Live, practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine’s 60+ citizens and other persons at high risk for COVID-19. There is no regular chat scheduled for September 16, but participants are encouraged to attend the virtual 2020 Maine Wisdom Summit on this date. Visit mainecouncilonaging.org/ for more information. To view information on the talks in this series, click here. Sessions are recorded and are available online.

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UMaine Health Connection Chats: The Importance of Staying Active and Exercising During COVID-19 (online)

September 23 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free

Live, practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine’s 60+ citizens and other persons at high risk for COVID-19. The speaker on September 23 is Marilyn R. Gugliucci, M.A., Ph.D., Professor and Director, Geriatrics Research, and Director, U-ExCEL~Older Adult Fitness Program, Division of Geriatrics, University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. For call-in or Zoom connection link, contact Kelley Morris at kelley.morris@maine.edu or 207.262.7925. To view information on the talks in this series, click here. Sessions are recorded…

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