Linda Lamb

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AARP South Carolina is developing plans for the 2024 presidential primaries, which will come earlier here than in most other states.
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AARP South Carolina has joined a coalition pushing the Legislature to cap the total of interest and fees for payday and similar lenders at 36 percent.
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AARP is funding an expansion of the Southeast Diabetes Faith Initiative into the South Carolina cities of Columbia and Charleston.
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A new effort by AARP South Carolina is designed to help veterans find the benefits and services they need. Initial efforts will be in the Columbia, Sumter and Myrtle Beach areas.
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Donnell Baker, 79, understands the need for family to stay close when a loved one is admitted to a veterans hospital. Thirteen years ago, her now-late husband, Army veteran and Medal of Honor recipient John F. Baker Jr., needed a medical procedure in Charleston. When he developed complications, she had to stay overnight at a hotel.
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South Carolina has the nation’s sixth-highest prevalence of diabetes—affecting more than 1 in 4 over age 65. AARP South Carolina supports an ambitious new group Diabetes Free SC that focuses on prevention and healthy living.
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During the pandemic, AARP South Carolina has adapted its outreach to its 180,000 older vets with drive-through Stand Downs and the Virtual Veterans Brigade. The program shares information and free AARP resources to support veterans in the areas of caregiving, avoiding fraud, transitioning to jobs, and connecting vets and military families to benefits.
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From food bank deliveries, to ride sharing, to emailing state legislators, AARP South Carolina volunteers adapt and continue their service.
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AARP priorities in 2021 include expanded visitation (in person and virtual) in nursing homes, better reporting on conditions and the need for Medicaid expansion to improve access to care for low-income residents.
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AARP South Carolina's Social Justice Projects includes support for a new African American history museum set to open in Charleston late next year.
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