A sweeping set of AARP-backed nursing home reforms have gone into effect: allowing residents to have electronic equipment, better infection controls and more direct care per resident.
AARP is educating adults 50 and over about third-party energy suppliers as part of its Fraud Watch Friday webinars and plans to hold an energy conference this fall on ways to strengthen state laws to better protect consumers.
AARP Connecticut’s Disrupt Aging course covers demographic and aging trends, ageism, the importance of recognizing older adults as multidimensional individuals and examining everyone’s stake in the aging trend.
AARP’s new online lecture series is helping people stay engaged and connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics have ranged from snow leopards and sunspots to botanical gardens around the globe and criminal forensics.
The pandemic has underscored chronic issues such as staffing shortages, low wages for caregivers, and inadequate supplies of personal protective equipment.
Is your club or organization looking for a way to keep members connected during the long New England winter? The AARP New Hampshire Speakers Bureau has gone virtual and is ready to help.
AARP Connecticut is offering a variety of virtual events from aquarium tours to fraud courses to help older adults stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
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