Local Senior Life Coaches - Growing Older - Things to Consider

Oct. 11, 2018, 4 p.m.


Great Advice.        Great Learnings.     Great Company.          Great Setting.      

This event is being hosted by Saint Joseph's college under the auspices of a new Mission Aligned Business  -The Institute for Integrative Aging.

It will be a panel discussion with three of Southern Maine's most respected Senior Life Coaches. They will discuss some of the key elements you need to think about to enhance your quality of life as you age.

Each panel member will discuss how they work with clients and the focus of their work. 


Ann Quinlan is a geriatric case/care manager, health care systems navigator and dementia care coach. As a passionate advocate for elders and their families, Ann offers compassionate crises intervention and mediation toward better outcomes and healing for all concerned.   

Timothy M. Vogel is the senior shareholder at the Portland law firm of Vogel & Dubois. For over 35 years he has helped clients through Elder Law, probate, trusts and estate planning. Through his seminars and articles, he has advised older persons and their families as well as legal, financial, accounting, insurance, and elder service professionals. He is a member the MSBA Elder Law Section and the Maine Senior Resource Alliance. 

Debra Richard helps seniors keep their home and personal finances in order, and assists caregivers and estate executors through life transitions.


Light refreshments will be served. There will be networking time at the end of the session.


Tim Vogel, ESQ

Tim Vogel, ESQ

Vogel & Dubois

Ann Quinlan

Ann Quinlan

Healthy Aging Matters

Debra Richard

Debra Richard

The Personal Financial Assistant



Patricia Pinto

Patricia Pinto


Volunteer State President
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Oct. 11, 2018
4 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Saint Joseph's College - Xavier Hall
278 Whites Bridge Road
Standish, ME, 04084

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