Ann Hardie

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A new retirement savings program offering workers greater financial security is among the top issues older Georgians and their advocates will push for in the 2023 legislative session.
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AARP will hold a town hall on holiday scams with the Better Business Bureau of Connecticut, among a number of initiatives to raise public awareness of fraud.
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Among the first of its kind in the nation, the new system will include key information on court-appointed guardians, including how many people they oversee, if they’re registered with the state and if there are disciplinary actions against them.
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In other states, advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) have a specialized license that gives them broader authority for patient care. Not in Georgia. AARP Georgia supports legislation to grant separate licenses to APRNs.
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A recent AARP analysis indicated that 8 percent of South Carolina residents over 50 were food insecure.
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Musician and family caregiver Bob Baldwin will share his music and insights on the importance of caregiving at a free online event Nov. 12.
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If you are a caregiver for, or spouse of, a veteran, make some time for yourself and connect with other caregivers at a monthly coffee break. 
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Amenities for older adults, particularly access to transportation, allow older Georgians to age in place at home and maintain independence.
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DeShaun Johnson's 60-minute class, offered every Friday from 10 to 11 a.m., might help you shed a few pounds and tone your biceps. It’s also designed to benefit your brain health by helping you manage stress, get a good night’s sleep and engage with other people.
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AARP Georgia's postcard outreach to connect with people in long-term care facilities has lifted spirits across the state. Volunteers write and send 800 cards monthly.
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