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AARP Michigan continues to offer quality virtual programs and events in 2021. Take a look at what's coming up - and be sure to check back for updates.
Beginning in early April, the federal government will begin offering financial assistance to help with funeral costs for people who have died of COVID-19.
Enjoy the recipes featured during AARP Michigan's Home for the Holidays event!
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AARP Michigan would like to recognize the front line worker or caregiver that’s made a difference in your life in 2020.  Join us in saying “thank you” to a caregiver or front line worker that you identify. 
Protect 50 plus voters
Know where your candidates stand on the issues important to you and your family with AARP Michigan's 2020 Video Voter Guide series.
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An online guide to information, tools and resources for individuals and their families offering a better understanding of dementia and brain health.
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Resources for updates, home health visits, food banks, grocery access and meal delivery.
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Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said during an AARP teletown hall that her office is getting thousands of calls about price gouging. Dr. Linda Peterson of McLaren says the coronavirus may change health care forever.
Rep. John Moolenaar
Congressman John Moolenaar participated in a tele-town hall with AARP Michigan providing information and taking questions from participants in the 4th congressional district.
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