Aging forum to key on mental health in wake of COVID

by Ruth Leubecker

“As far as I’m concerned the most critical challenge during this time is to try and strengthen and support connections,” said Dr. Lenard Kaye, in assessing the needs of the elderly during the pandemic.

The director of the University of Maine’s Center on Aging was primarily considering the elderly demographic of Washington County, adding, “We know already that there’s a lot of isolation and depression.”

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