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The Alabama Legislature convenes in March, and AARP Alabama plans to push several issues during the 2023 legislative session.
A new law will create a registry to single out people who have been implicated in cases of elder abuse.
It is often a difficult and heartbreaking decision. Someone in your life – usually an aging parent or other loved one – is at the point where they need some help in making vital decisions about matters such as where to live, how to manage their finances, or get the right medical care. While our most vulnerable seniors may need a legal guardian or conservator appointed by the courts, others may only need a more limited approach – one that allows them other less restrictive alternatives to still meet their individual needs.
Virtual webinars will help caregivers find resources and support
No matter where you are in the caregiver journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make the process easier
AARP Alabama has released the following statement regarding Governor Ivey's September 30 announcement of a new policy on nursing home visitation:
AARP Alabama Letter to Governor Kay Ivey, Alabama Departments of Public Health and Senior Services on the Nursing Home COVID-19 Crisis
Late yesterday, AARP Alabama's State Director, Candi Williams, sent the following letter to Governor Kay Ivey, as well as leaders at the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Alabama Department of Senior Services.
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