Lansing, MI – May 15, 2019 - The impact of dementia is growing in Michigan, but there are steps that individuals, families, the state and local communities can take to increase quality of life for people living with dementia, address rising costs and improve service delivery, according to a new report from the Michigan Dementia Coalition.
LANSING - Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and AARP Michigan State Director Paula Cunningham urge Michigan grandparents to avoid a scam that bilked a Zeeland couple out of $16,000. The scheme — known as the Grandparents Scam — preys on vulnerable senior citizens with con artists posing as a grandchild or other relative in distress. A prior Consumer Alert was issued from Nessel’s Consumer Education team.
A hundred AARP Michigan volunteers gathered at AARP College/Shining Star Gala in Ypsilanti April 18-19 for a unique learning and networking opportunity, along with some fun and entertainment.
AARP Michigan will celebrate the special family bond between grandparents and grandchildren with a "Why I Love My Grandparents" essay contest for students in the Mid-Michigan area.
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