Aging Research, advancing successful aging in Maine and the nation as it addresses: maximizing individual productivity; minimizing institutionalization and the need for costly long-term care; preventing and mitigating the impact of illness and injury; and promoting community integration, social engagement, full accessibility, personal independence, vitality, mobility, elder friendly communities and citizen safety. Utilizing a research incubator model, this area will maintain productive partnerships with the business and nonprofit sectors.
Kaye speaks to Sun Journal about homelessness in older adults
BDN reports on grant to expand UMaine research on wearable robotics
UMaine showcases research and creativity during Maine Impact Week
NIA grant will expand UMaine research on a wearable robotic system for home-based gait training for older adults