Thursday, April 8, 2021
8:30 – 9:30 AM
About the Event:
Maine Designers, Developers, Contractors and Business Owners are already working for the AGING BABY BOOMERS!
Older adults are the biggest part of our Maine population, by far, and they need INTELLIGENT AND APPROPRIATE HOUSING SOLUTIONS!
What does it mean to be “Aging in Maine”? What are we doing today and who is making important decisions about the practices, care and future of our housing needs?
Join us on April 8th to hear from three deeply embedded and important contributors to this statewide issue.
Wendy Nowokunski, Co-Founder and President of Northbridge Companies, an organization that developed, owns and operates 18 facilities in New England.
Deb Fournier, Chief Operations Officer of Maine Veterans’ Homes which supports our veterans and spouses of veterans with subsidized housing and six facilities here in Maine.
Denise Lord, Senior Director of Communications and Planning from Maine Housing, a financing agency commissioned by the State of Maine, which supports our Mainers that are aging in place with energy assistance programs and home improvement programs.
Craig Young, Partner at The Boulos Company, and Vice President of MEREDA, will moderate the program.
FMI and to Register, visit www.mereda.org
If you plan to purchase tickets, please use Google Chrome. To avoid registration issues, we have found that Chrome interacts the best with our website.
Members: Suggested Donations of $0, $10, $15, or $20
Non-Members: $25 pp
In addition to your confirmation email, a day before the event you will receive a separate email providing the link you will need to access the session. Please be watching for this 2nd email.
REFUND POLICY: No refunds will be issued unless the originating stream fails and the program can’t take place.
MEREDA’s Morning Menu Breakfast Series is Sponsored by Norway Savings Bank