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    Jacquie Guerin, a care giver, left, Peter Baker, program director of Alzheimer's Association, Maine chapter, and Kristin Aiello, managing attorney Disability Rights Maine, were on a panel to discuss how to deal with dementia during the Maine Council on Aging event on Wednesday at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Julie Sweetland, vice president for strategy & innovation at the FrameWorks Institute, gives the keynote address during Maine Council on Aging event on Wednesday at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Julie Sweetland, vice president for strategy & innovation at the FrameWorks Institute, gives the keynote address during Maine Council on Aging event on Wednesday.

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    Kristin Aiello, managing attorney at Disability Rights Maine, speaks during panel on dealing with dementia during the Maine Council on Aging event on Wednesday at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Lynne Gammon teaches people to play the ukulele during the Maine Council on Aging event on Wednesday at the Augusta Civic Center. She and Rick Gammon led the session titled "Creating and Connecting Through Music."

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