Back by popular demand, Mia Poliquin Pross, Esq. The time to plan is now! Should you have a power of attorney? What should you consider when drafting a will, making gifts, or transferring assets? Sometimes our actions can have consequences we didn’t know about. Laws, regulations, and healthcare issues surrounding the elderly are complicated and there are many misconceptions about how the long term care system works in Maine. Come and learn the facts and some of the things that you may want to be thinking about as you plan for the future. Mia is an Attorney from the Elder Law Offices of Kathleen Kienitz, PA. Tuesday, April 28, 5:30-7pm. Registration: $5.
Part A, Part B, C and D? It can all be so confusing! Which one covers what and how do you know what you need? If you are turning 65 soon, this Seniors Plus class is for you! Join Community Services Specialist, Kerry Faria, as she focuses on Medicare to help you sort everything out in order to make informed decisions! Thursday, April 30, 6-8 pm. Free, but you must pre-register.
Designed by an experienced educator and Red Cross Trainer, this class teaches 8 to 11 year-olds the fundamentals of staying home alone for short periods of time. Through fun games and activities, students will learn information they need to know, such as parent cell phone numbers, which neighbors can be called on, when to call 911, safe and unsafe “home alone” activities, and what to do if there is a fire or other emergency. Includes a take-home booklet to share with parents and a certificate of completion. Saturday, May 2, from 10am -2:15pm. Registration: $30. Participants should bring a bag lunch.
NOTE: THIS CLASS HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL A NEW DATE CAN BE DETERMINED (MAY 31 IS NOT THE NEW DATE, JUST AN ARBITRARY PLACEHOLDER). PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR MORE DETAILS AS THEY ARE AVAILABLE.
Thank you for your interest. This class is FULL and is no longer taking registrations. Please check back in August for future offerings!
For youth ages 12 and up. Become an informed and valuable childcare provider! Using the BLAST program by the American Academy of Pediatrics, participants will learn about developmental stages, bottle-feeding, diaper changing, safety, and age appropriate activities. Includes AHA Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED use for the adult, child and infant. First aid topics include prevention, recognition and treatment for emergencies and injuries. Saturday, March 28, 9am - 3pm. Participants should bring a bag lunch. (The deadline to register is March 5! Course requires 10 students to run.) Registration: $80.