About Maine Senior Guide
Greetings! Thanks for reading about Maine Senior Guide.
Maine Senior Guide is a comprehensive web resource about all things senior. From reverse mortgages to transportation, from independent living to volunteer opportunities, Maine Senior Guide covers any topic of interest to Maine’s older residents or their families.
If you’d like to see information about a certain topic, let us know! And if you have a product or service especially geared to our elders, or important to seniors and their families, and you’d like to be part of our site, give us a call or drop us an email at info@MaineSeniorGuide.com and we’ll get right back to you! Best, Lynn and Deborah
About Lynn Peel, Principal
Her work has been focused in admissions and marketing for Independent, Assisted, and Alzheimer’s Communities as well as home health care. She is an active member of the Portland Area Coalition for Elder Services, Maine Senior Resource Alliance, Healthcare Networking of York County and the Southern Maine Agency on Aging’s Long Term Care Working Group.
While working to assist clients at Beach Glass Transitions, Lynn realized that web searching for Maine senior products and services was a daunting task, with no “one stop shopping” for senior information.
After recognizing this frustration and lack of information, Lynn collaborated with Deborah McLean to conceptualize the Maine Senior Guide, a content-rich database that includes any information that is pertinent to Maine seniors and their families.
You can reach Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 207-272-2797
About Deborah McLean, Principal
Deborah, principal of Maine Wordcraft and Maine Senior Guide, is primarily a writer, with experience ranging from newspaper reporting to video production. After nearly seven years working with senior health care communications at Sandy River Health System (during which time both her parents required substantial health and life assistance) all of her skills and experiences seem perfectly suited to the research, interviewing, writing and management needed to create and grow a website focused on Maine’s seniors and their caregivers.
Her final episode in non-profit management occurred at United Way of Greater Portland, an organization at the epicenter of social need in the state. Over and over again, prevention appeared as the best use of resources, and prevention was almost always tied to education and communication.
The idea of the Maine Senior Guide, dedicated to information, education and connection with all things senior in Maine, seems like such a smart and efficient way to help caregivers assist their loved ones. At the same time, it serves as an additional forum for small business to connect with clients. With excellent data and lots of information, MSG will be a formidable resource for Maine’s seniors and their families, and a targeted marketing venue for Maine’s businesses.
You can reach Deborah at email@example.com or at 207-232-7847.