BRUNSWICK — The 10th annual People Plus Senior Health Expo is scheduled to be held this year with an “At Home” version kicking off on Friday, Nov. 12.

The Expo gives attendees the opportunity to learn what services are available in the Midcoast region to live a longer, healthier life.

In these unprecedented times, the goal is to continue to connect seniors with critical services. This is important now more than ever, as seniors are staying close to home, according to a news release from the Brunswick Area Senior Community Center.

“At Home” will launch with online videos from sponsors and exhibitors. Videos can be found online at peopleplusmaine.org.

This event is made possible by the support of Lead Partners, Coastal Landing Retirement Community, Mid Coast-Parkview Health and The Salvation Army, and additional Partners Bill Dodge Auto Group, Priority Real Estate Group, Rusty Lantern Market, Spectrum Generations and The Times Record. Sponsors include Avita of Brunswick/Sunnybrook Senior Living, Brackett Funeral Home, Brunswick Instant Printing Inc., Healthy Living for ME, Riley Insurance and Bridges Home Services.

Maine has the highest percentage of older adults in the country; and the Midcoast is where this population is growing the fastest. The People Plus Senior Health Expo brings together a variety of resources for this increasingly important segment of the community. The Expo provides an opportunity to learn about products and services in the categories of medical services, fitness and health, technology, legal, community services, housing/respite care and finance.

“I learned that by the year 2025, one-quarter of Maine’s population will be over age 65,” said People Plus Executive Director Stacy Frizzle, according to the news release. “Our job is to connect all those residents with the area service providers, and the Expo is the perfect place to do it. And with seniors staying more at home this year, connecting them with needed services is even more important.”

For more information, visit peopleplusmaine.org or call 207-729-0757.