CARE Lab research with older adults featured in the article titled, “Rural Aging in the oldest state” in UMaine Today
Care for Maine’s older adults
A KEY COMPONENT of the University of Maine’s contribution to research on healthy rural aging in Maine is the Cognition Aging Resiliency and Enhancement (CARE) Lab. It is directed by assistant professor of psychology Rebecca MacAulay, whose research focuses on understanding factors that increase risk and resilience to cognitive decline across the adult life span. She and her graduate and undergraduate students in the lab explore intervention approaches to improve wellness from both cognitive and mental health perspectives.
CARE Lab research with older adults was recently featured in the article titled, “Rural Aging in the oldest state” in UMaine Today.