EVENTS: Free offerings at Muskie Community Center in Waterville

Free offerings at Muskie Community Center in Waterville

Spectrum Generations’ Muskie Community Center
38 Gold Street, Waterville, ME 04901

Addressing the Stigma: A Look at Mental Health and Aging

Monday, October 16
10 – 11 a.m.

Join us at Spectrum Generations’ Muskie Community Center as we welcome Leslie Lennig, Clinical Director from Community Health and Counseling Services for a free workshop.

This workshop will take a deeper look at general mental health trends, symptomology of the most common diagnoses seen in older Americans, identify how the traditionalist and baby boomer generational values play a role in mental health, as well as look at some ways someone can seek support from symptoms one may be experiencing.

Pre-registration is required by calling (207) 873-4745 or stop by the Muskie Community Center reception desk.

Free Hearing Tests

Thursday, October 26
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Join us as we welcome Always Listening Hearing Aid Center at Spectrum Generations’ Muskie Community Center.

Felicia Curtis, Hearing Care Practitioner, will be performing free hearing tests, ear wax checks, and basic cleaning of your hearing aids.

Registration is required for your private appointment. To register, visit the front desk receptionist or call the Muskie Community Center at (207) 873-4745.

A Service for Veterans

First Thursday, Monthly (By Appointment)

A Veteran Service Officer from the Bureau of Veterans’ Services will be available to meet with you from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Muskie Community Center.

Veteran Service Officers are experts on federal, state, and local veteran resources and are dedicated to providing assistance to veterans in navigating the complex web of services and benefits available to them and their families.

Appointments are 30 minutes. To reserve your private appointment, call (207) 873-4745.

Family Caregiver Education and Support Group

Third Wednesday, Monthly
1 – 2:30 p.m.

We understand that the transition into the role of caregiver for a loved one can be a stressful, emotional, and difficult endeavor. Our support groups are specifically designed to be educational and supportive for you. We are here for you as a trusted resource and to connect you with solutions to help ease ever day life as a caregiver.

To learn more, visit the front desk receptionist at the Muskie Center or call (207) 873-4745.


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