AARP New York’s first-ever state Blueprint for Action, outlines how the state can improve the lives of older New Yorkers and help them thrive in the workplace.
During the 2023 legislative session, volunteers advocate on behalf of North Carolinians 50-plus for bills to help workers save for retirement, to improve access to health care and to prevent unnecessary guardianships.
Gov. Kathy Hochul, a Democrat and the first woman to serve as the state’s governor, discussed with the Bulletin in a January interview her office’s plans for improving the lives of older New Yorkers.
Jim Campbell, AARP Maryland's volunteer state president, has dedicated five decades of his life to helping older adults live independently.
The series of five weekly online bridge lessons for beginners will be taught by Larry Cohen, winner of 25 national bridge championships.
AARP’s efforts include helping veterans navigate health and disability benefits, and connecting them with other programs that aid military families, with a focus on thwarting fraud targeted at veterans.
AARP North Carolina is pushing to end restrictions on accessory dwelling units in the state—educating policymakers, builders and the public about the benefits of ADUs for residents of all ages.
North Carolina's trails attract visitors, new residents and help build local economies. AARP is working to expand access so that even rural portions of the state can be livable for all.
Legislation would increase the Medicaid pay rate for the 120,000 direct care workers across North Carolina, who include those at nursing homes, group homes and residential behavioral health facilities, and home health aides.
AARP North Carolina is planning a series of six free online workshops on brain health every Thursday, from June 3 to July 8. The sessions cover steps you can take to reduce risk of dementia.
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