The Economics of Aging in Maine

Posted on November 6th, 2013 by dianeatwood |
When:
November 21, 2013 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Where:
University of Southern Maine, Abromson Center
88 Bedford Street
University of Southern Maine, Portland, ME 04101
USA
Cost:
$45 General Admission, $158 - $350 for exhibitors (includes box lunch)
Contact:
Kenneth Capron207-797-7891E-mailEvent website
The Economics of Aging in Maine @ University of Southern Maine, Abromson Center | Portland | Maine | United States

Register today. Help MemoryWorks continue it’s all-volunteer
support for the Elder Care and Dementia Care communities of Maine

WHAT: MemoryWorks “The Economics of Aging in Maine” Conference and Expo

WHO: Julie Fralich “Workforce Impact of the Silver Tsunami”; Pam Villarreal “Senior Spending Trends Over Time”; Genworth Financial’s “Winning in the Second Half;” plus 3 more speakers and several breakout sessions; and a taste of Harmonica Blues. Truly an all-star lineup.

TO REGISTER: http://goo.gl/b71XWM  or call 207-780-5960

This conference wouldn’t be possible without the support and collaboration of two great business partners – the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce and USM’s Corporate Partners – Betsy, Cecile, Marcia, Abby, Nora, Kaitlyn. And the generous sponsorship from Bangor Savings Bank and thanks to Edward Jones (Dan Douherty) for sponsoring the Genworth presentation.

We’ve also had help from SMAAA’s Senior News, Current Publishing and MyGeneration, Rich Blumenthal and Advantage Home Care, Ann Quinlan and First Light Home Care, The Continuum Health Group (Gorham House, Clover House, Sentry Hill), Bay Square of Yarmouth, Electricity Maine, Bath Fitter, Karen Vachon of InShpere, Portland Dailly Sun; and Home Instead Senior Care.

It’s not too late to add your company to this list.

A special thanks to our speakers and presenters for stepping up for our first major event – all for a good cause that has personal significance to them, each in their own ways.

FMI: Kenneth Capron, 207-797-7891 or ken@memoryworks.org

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