Identity theft is the theme of the AARP Fraud Watch Network online conference organized by AARP New Jersey this August.
AARP New Jersey volunteers haven't let the pandemic get them down, they're serving in different ways. One couple, Yvette and Reggie Anderson, of Jackson reworked their outreach and were honored with AARP New Jersey’s 2020 Andrus Award, the organization’s most prestigious volunteer honor.
Funds for Cooks & Books came from one of 184 grants awarded to localities and organizations nationwide last year, including three in New Jersey, through the fourth annual AARP Community Challenge. The grants fund small projects that help make localities more livable for everyone,
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, new state laws deal with staffing shortages, social isolation and safety measures in New Jersey nursing homes.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Ingrid Reed, 84, voted by mail last summer in New Jersey’s primary election from the comfort of her dining room in Montgomery Township.
AARP New Jersey partners with the state’s Division of Consumer Affairs and other agencies to get fraud warnings out through conferences, forums and shredding events.
Resources for government services, home health visits, food banks, grocery access, meal delivery and unemployment benefits.
Grants go toward New Jersey towns to bring safer streets in Teaneck, new outdoor seating in Dunellen, and a parklet in Westwood.
AARP continues its efforts to make prescription drugs more affordable in 2020 and will work for additional state legislation to lower rapidly rising prices
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