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Just For The Health Of It Episode 80: Jessica Perez, Digital Equity Manager at Maine Connectivity Authority
This episode features work being done by the Maine Connectivity Authority on digital equity. Thanks to Healthy Island Project, we have had the privilege of having Hallie Lartius (past podcast guest) in our community for the past two years doing the work that Jessica is talking about.
Rene Colson returns to discuss a program that Healthy Island Project (HIP) is offering through the Foundation of Art & Healing called “Successful Aging Creativity Circle”.
Opiate Free Island Partnership, Island Health & Wellness Foundation, and Healthy Acadia are partnering to host an Island Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 21st from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Island Medical Center.
This episode highlights an upcoming healthy living series called Fuel Up! Food, Fitness, and Fun! being offered by Healthy Island Project beginning Monday, April 10, 2023
Melissa Jones Bayley grew up here on Deer Isle-Stonington and is a licensed massage therapist. In addition, she founded an organization called “Island Angels.”
Just For The Health Of It Episode 75: Rose Honders, Community Services Director for Eastern Area Agency on Aging
The following is a conversation that I had with Rose Honders. Rose is the Community Services Director for Eastern Area Agency on Aging (EAAA). This is Rose’s second time on the podcast, as she was a guest in her previous role as Director of At Home Downeast.
Jo retired last year after 20 years as the Founding Executive Director of Friends in Action. Currently Jo is a Consultant and Project Manager of a Maine Health Access Foundation grant project titled “Transportation Equity for Healthy Aging.”
Just For The Health Of It Episode 73: Jessica Ames, Outreach and Events Director at Angel Flight East
The following is a conversation that I had with Jessica Ames. Jessica is the Outreach and Events Director for a program called Angel Flight East.
The following is a conversation that I had with Hancock County Sheriff Scott Kane. Our discussion focused on a very unique and valuable service that his office offers called the Wanderers Program.
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Island Health & Wellness Foundation
354 Airport Road
Stonington, ME 04681