Indiana’s network of trails is growing to accommodate increasing demand, with lawmakers allocating $150 million in recent budgets to the Next Level Trails program for ongoing improvements across the state.
Despite the widespread popularity of no-excuse absentee voting in Michigan, a ballot measure that might hit the state Legislature this spring could make it harder to do.
AARP Michigan is offering a one-day health summit for underserved communities as well as those with disabilities and language barriers.
AARP Indiana will be advocating for a wide range of issues, everything from broadband access to authority for nurse practitioners, in the upcoming legislative session.
Two AARP volunteers, Gloria Kovnot and Brenda Surae Eaton, were recognized by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Aging & Adult Services Agency as Senior Citizens of the Year.
Despite their extensive training, advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) are barred by Indiana law from prescribing routine drugs unless they work under a doctor’s supervision. AARP Indiana is urging state lawmakers to ease that restriction.
The AARP 2021 Community Challenge program has awarded four grants to fund small quick-action projects that have an immediate impact on quality of life in Michigan.
AARP Michigan’s shift to online offerings during the coronavirus pandemic has been so successful it plans to hold virtual activities even after it’s safe to resume in-person events.
More than 4,000 Michigan motorists earn or renew their AARP Smart Driver certificate each year. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the course has moved fully online via an easy-to-navigate program that works on computers, tablets and smartphones.
The pandemic has underscored chronic issues such as staffing shortages, low wages for caregivers, and inadequate supplies of personal protective equipment.
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