Feb 20, 2016 10:11 AM
Summit focuses on keeping seniors safe in their homes in NNE
The Associated Press
CONCORD — Officials from Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont will soon gather for the first Tri-State Summit on Aging.
The April 1 event at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord aims to bring together business, research, advocacy and community leaders from the three states to address the rapid aging across northern New England.
Maine and Vermont have the nation's highest and second-highest median age for population, and New Hampshire comes in fourth.
The summit aims to promote age-friendly communities by addressing the needs of seniors with programs that keep them safe in their homes.