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Update 3/16/20: The screening has been postponed at this time. We will reschedule for later this spring. As soon as a new date and time has been established we will let everyone know. Thank you!

Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA) is proud to announce a special screening event of the documentary Too Soon to Forget: The Journey of Younger Onset Alzheimer's Disease.

Living with Alzheimer’s disease is a challenge, changing life for both the person with the disease and their family. But what if someone diagnosed with this disease was in their early 60s, 50s, or even as young as in their 30s? Younger onset Alzheimer’s disease affects people 65 years old or younger. Although there are many resources for those coping with Alzheimer’s, very little information is available specifically for those facing younger onset. This lack of information and support leaves many families feeling misunderstood and often disregarded. Too Soon to Forget (60 minutes) aims to change that.

No one should have to go through this experience alone. With the stories of these nine families, we trust this documentary will begin a national conversation that encourages awareness, understanding, and acceptance.

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Screening Details

Saturday, March 28, 2020 - Doors open at 9:30am. Film starts at 10am
Location: Sam L. Cohen Adult Day Center, 30 Barra Road Biddeford

Following the screening, you can tour the Sam L. Cohen Center and speak with our caregiver experts on all aspects of caring for someone with dementia. Refreshments will be provided.

This is a free screening. Seating is limited. RSVPs are required. You may reserve your seat online using the link below:

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For questions about this screening, please call 207-396-6500.


Since 1973, the Southern Maine Agency on Aging has provided residents of York and Cumberland counties with resources and assistance to address the issues and concerns of aging.  The Agency serves people ages 60 and older, family caregivers, and people under 60 with a disability.  Agency services are devoted to fulfilling its mission to improve the quality of life for older adults, adults with disabilities, and the people who care for them. For more information, visit