Lewiston – SeniorsPlus, the designated Western Maine agency on aging, announces their next class of their Long Distance Learning program, connecting community members in the Farmington area with live educational seminars being held at the Lewiston Education Center of SeniorsPlus.
The class, Stroke Management, will be held on Thursday, September 24th at 1 PM in the Franklin Memorial Hospital Chisholm Room, Farmington. The class will discuss the facts about the Signs, Symptoms, Management and Prevention of Stroke. The presenter, Amanda Carroll is a Physical Therapist affiliated with Clover Healthcare in Auburn.
“We have heard loud and clear from Franklin County older adults that they, too, would like to have educational opportunities, like the great programs being held at the Lewiston Education Center,” said Connie Jones, Director of Community Services at SeniorsPlus. “Our long distance learning series launched in April and was very successful. We are now ready to make this opportunity an on-going, regular event.” Residents of the Farmington area will be able to gather at the Chisholm Room at Franklin Memorial Hospital and be connected in real time to the group that is meeting in Lewiston.
Community members who wish to join the classroom at Franklin Memorial Hospital need to register with SeniorsPlus. The class is free and all are welcome. For more information and to register, call 1-800-427-1241.
Thursday, September 24 – Farmington, ME
1 pm – 2:30pm
Franklin Memorial Hospital Chisholm Room
Stroke Management, a long-distance learning seminar on the Signs, Symptoms, Management and Prevention of Stroke, with Physical Therapist Amanda Carroll. Presented by SeniorsPlus.
Free with pre-registration – call 1-800-427-1241.