A Place for Learning & Fellowship during the Pandemic (& Beyond)
Isolation is a challenge for many persons today, especially older adults who are at highest risk for COVID-19. Since March, 2020, the UNE Center for Excellence in Aging & Health has organized and offered various online learning and support activities to bring people together via Zoom. This effort is rooted in our Legacy Scholars Program which engages adults, aged 55+ years, in research on healthful aging and shared lifelong learning activities.
What do our Legacy Scholars say about our online programming? VIEW HERE.
CEAH Online is now open to all adults, aged 55+ years, who might enjoy linking with others online.
***Visit our one-time registration page if you are interested in participating. There is no obligation or cost involved. Schedule reminders are sent by email at the start of each week. Most of our participants reside in Maine, but friends may join from literally anywhere!
VIEW FALL 2020 CALENDAR
- Peer Connections – 1 hour facilitated peer support and fellowship meetings. How has COVID-19 impacted you? Share experiences, discuss ideas for self-care, and learn from others.
- Coffee & Conversations – You make the coffee, and we will provide the conversation! 1 hour topical presentations with time for questions and discussion. Topics will range from practical to informative to fun. Our Fall 2020 schedule includes talks on saving the American Chestnut tree, art appreciation events, and a host of other topics.
Questions? Comments? Contact Kelly Abrams, CEAH Administrative Assistant.