Bangor-area participants sought for survey about hospice, end-of-life care

Bangor-area adults are invited to participate in an anonymous online survey about hospice and end-of-life care.

The University of Maine Center on Aging, working in partnership with the Collaborative for Hospice and End of Life Care, are conducting the survey to assess needs of adults and caregivers living and working in a 25-mile radius of Bangor. Collected data may be used to improve hospice care and services for an aging population, including identifying issues and barriers that interfere with community members accessing end-of-life care. 

The survey is online. Survey participants must be 18 years and older. Those who complete the survey, which takes approximately 15 minutes, will be eligible to win one of four $25 Hannaford gift cards.

For more information, contact the study’s primary investigator, Lenard Kaye, director of the UMaine Center on Aging,; 207.262.7922.