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Productive Aging SIS Spring Webinar

  • 30 May 2021
  • 9:00 AM
  • 1 Nov 2021
  • 11:00 AM


  • Become a member and join the webinar for a discounted combo price!
  • Become a member and join the webinar for a discounted combo price!

Helping Older Adults Remain Engaged and Connected During COVID-19

Date: April 10th from 9:00-11:00am (Virtual Zoom Webinar)

**This event has been recorded and can be watched to receive CE credits.**

COVID-19 has significantly increased the risk of social isolation for older adults which can impact one's health and mental health. Research underscores the importance of civic engagement and volunteerism for combating isolation and improving health and well-being. This online workshop will focus on strategies that you can use to support older clients to remain engaged and connected during COVID with a special focus on finding creative opportunities for volunteering and community engagement.

Learning objectives:

1) Discuss the concepts of risk and resiliency as they relate to social isolation for older adults during COVID

2) Identify creative opportunities for older adult civic engagement that can help to combat social isolation and support health

3) Discuss resources for helping older adults remain connected during COVID

Presented by:

Jennifer Crittenden, PhD, MSW

Assistant Professor of Social Work

Associate Director, UMaine Center on Aging

SAVE THE DATE 2021 aging SIS.pdf

MISSION: The mission of MEOTA is to promote the profession of Occupational Therapy and support all Occupational Therapy practitioners in the state of Maine. 

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