Aging and Consumer Advocates, Communities of Color Call on Governor Hochul to End the Crisis for Utility Customers Behind on their Bills
Pandemic has left a staggering 1.2 million New York households more than $1.7 billion behind on utility bills
AARP: El acuerdo presupuestario del estado de Nueva York ofrece mejoras necesarias en el cuidado a largo plazo, la telesalud y el internet de alta velocidad
ALBANY— Beth Finkel, directora estatal de AARP New York, hizo las siguientes declaraciones en relación con el acuerdo presupuestario del estado de Nueva York para el año fiscal 2022:
AARP: New York State Budget Agreement Offers Needed Improvements to Long-Term Care, Telehealth and High-Speed Internet
ALBANY—AARP New York State Director Beth Finkel offered the following comments on New York State’s FY2022 budget agreement:
Burt Freeman of Manhattan was presented Monday with AARP’s most prestigious volunteer award for community service. Freeman, who founded the My Own Book program, has been selected by AARP New York, the nonprofit organization for people 50 and older, to receive its 2018 Andrus Award for Community Service.
AARP Survey: New York’s Family Caregivers Report Stress and Financial Strain, Jeopardizing Retirement Savings and Everyday Necessities
State tax credit, investments in aging programs needed to ease the burden on middle class, keep older loved ones out of costly institutions
High Medical and Caregiving Costs, Poor Transportation Options Plague Buffalo’s 50+ Communities of Color
Community Members, Leaders Present Recommendations to WNY Elected Officials at AARP Summit to #DisruptDisparities in Health, Economic Security and Livability
Today marks the first day of National Family Caregivers Month, and we're highlighting two New Yorkers who share their stories about caregiving and New York's Paid Family Leave program.
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