special issue of Maine Policy Review on aging (2015, Vol. 24, No. 2) has now been published. The issue was a collaborative effort between the Center on Aging and the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, which publishes the journal. You will find some 25 feature articles, commentaries, and interviews. Rudman Winchell Attorney Jennifer Eastman contributed to this publication. Topics addressed range from health care, housing, technological innovation, transportation, and the economic implications of Maine’s demographic to creativity and aging, older adult leadership, age-friendly communities, the response of higher education, and the role of philanthropy in responding to community aging.
The full issue is available on the University of Maine Digital Commons site