Christina Hernandez Sherwood

A woman sits in a chair holding a cell phone
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, new state laws deal with staffing shortages, social isolation and safety measures in New Jersey nursing homes.
"VOTE" button or pin on an American flag
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.
Persona sale de un centro de votación en ausencia.
Se espera que el gobernador Phil Murphy ponga las papeletas de votación por correo a disposición de todos los votantes inscritos.
A man walks out of an absentee voting station after voting
Gov. Phil Murphy is expected to make mail-in ballots available to all registered voters
A group of Fraud Watch Network volunteers
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.
Woman receiving grocery delivery.
Resources for government services, home health visits, food banks, grocery access, meal delivery and unemployment benefits.
Febuary 8th 2020, Dunellen, NJ, Jason F. Cilento, Mayor of Dunellen, with a grant from AARP to bulid benches in Columbia Park, which were really needed for the community. Photography Christopher Lane/AARP
Grants go toward New Jersey towns to bring safer streets in Teaneck, new outdoor seating in Dunellen, and a parklet in Westwood.
Prescription Drugs
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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