Free benefits check-up clinic set for Sept. 9, 11

Spectrum Generations will host a free benefits check-up clinic from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, and Friday, Sept. 11 at the Skowhegan Community Food Cupboard.

A Spectrum Generations benefits specialist will be on hand to discuss various money saving programs. Information will be available about the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (food stamps), the Medicare Savings Program, Maine Care, Supplemental Security Income or the Home Energy Assistance Program.

Spectrum Generations is proud to be a leader in advocating for the rights and services that benefit older adults, their caregivers and adults with disabilities.

For more information, call 474-8552.

Those who require a translator, are asked to notify the center at least two weeks before the event to make arrangements for accommodations.

About Spectrum Generations

Spectrum Generations is the central Maine Area Agency on Aging as well as a federally designated Aging and Disability Resource Center. We serve older and disabled adults – plus those who care for them – Our service area covers the six central Maine counties of Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, Somerset and Waldo, plus the towns of Brunswick and Harpswell in Cumberland County. We bridge the gap between traditional medical services, and home and community. These services allow them to age in place, in their own homes and communities, while maintaining independent, healthy, vital and dignified lives.

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