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Mary Michaels

Current Role: Associate State Director, Communications
AARP South Dakota announced that seven South Dakota organizations are the first-ever recipients of winter placemaking grants to support local efforts that activate outdoor public spaces during cold weather months using pop-up or temporary demonstrations.
Results of the 2023 AARP Livability Index Release with South Dakota Rankings
Scammers are always at work, trying to get your personal information or your money. And with the holidays upon us, there is a wide array of holiday sales scams or other tricks by con artists out there.
AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to the 50-plus and their families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment.
AARP South Dakota wants to help you kick off the holiday season with a night of festive entertainment at the Goss Opera House in Watertown!
Callie Tuschen is a local business owner in Hartford, SD. She also serves as president of Downtown Hartford, Inc., and is passionate about working to make her community even better.
AARP’s new Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Scorecard finds that care provided in the United States for older adults and people with disabilities is inadequate. The report finds major gaps in every state, such as the cost of home care, the long-term care workforce and support for family caregivers.
AARP South Dakota hosted volunteers from across the state in Chamberlain earlier this month for their annual Volunteer Summit with its nature-inspired theme of “Volunteering is Always in Season.”
With the arrival of July, as many as 52,000 South Dakotans may now be able to access health care coverage thanks to the implementation of Medicaid expansion, which was overwhelmingly passed by South Dakota voters last November.
Join AARP SD Night with Sioux Falls City Futbol Club on June 2.
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