Insights from Healthy Aging Community Leaders

Tuesday January 24, 2023 from 12:00-1:30pm

Panel Discussion: Insights from Healthy Aging Community Leaders (January 24, 2023)
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Join the Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging Community on Tuesday January 24th from 12:00-1:30pm for a Listening Session with Healthy Aging Community leaders from across Maine, New Hampshire & Vermont.  Many of us are continuing to grapple with the lasting impacts of COVID on our organizations, our communities, and how we connect with each other and provide the programs and services we need to thrive as we grow older.  To kick off the New Year, we’re connecting with folks at the heart of community-based healthy aging initiatives to hear where they are in adapting to a “new normal”, what goals and challenges they’re holding for the year ahead, and how they’ve measured and demonstrated impact over the last couple of years.

Join us for this important conversation as we come together to share learnings, hope for the future, and insights into solutions for our strongest collective impact.



Laura Davie, Co-Director with the Center for Aging & Community Living at the University of New Hampshire.


Ruby McAdoo, Coordinator with Putney Community Cares in Vermont.

Sandra Faber, Executive Director of Monadnock at Home, a program of NH Catholic Charities

Dr. Chris Morin, Vice Chair, Aging Well in Waldo County in Maine