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Pam Dube

Barbara is struggling to keep herself and her husband Tom afloat. Twelve years ago, Tom suffered a permanent traumatic brain injury that makes it impossible for him to work or care for himself. In the beginning he was treated at various hospitals and rehab centers, which added more bills to Barbara’s daily worries. These days, Barbara is her husband’s primary caregiver.
Concord Television's Senior Speak NH December 2023 edition, hosted by AARP NH volunteer Karen Ulmer Dorsch, features Pamela Dube from AARP NH. Together, Karen and Pam talk about Ethel Percy Andrus: The Woman Who Changed the World when she founded AARP.
Play the classic games you grew up with at this community board game event on January 19 from 4-6 pm at Goodlife Senior Center (245 N. State Street) in Concord. Bring your friends, family, kids & grandkids to enjoy the fun!
Learn where the candidates stand on the key issues of strengthening Social Security and supporting Family Caregivers.
This beautiful and easy apple galette will be the star of your holiday meal. This versatile tart can be prepared with a variety of seasonal fruits.
Beth, age 75, enjoyed a career that spanned three decades and included marketing, communications and data analyst work before she retired 10 years ago. Her husband Jim, age 89, had a brilliant career as an engineer who also built and flew an aerobatic biplane. He worked full time until he was 83 years old and could always be counted on to take on home repairs.
Gift cards are a standard part of the modern shopping experience. But inside that colorful kiosk could be a minefield. Here’s what you need to know before purchasing one.
New AARP Livability Index™ finds that every community in New Hampshire requires improvement to meet the needs of an aging population
Concord Television's Senior Speak NH November 2023 edition, hosted by AARP NH volunteer Karen Ulmer Dorsch, features Melissa Grenier from the State of NH Alzheimer's Association.
November is National Family Caregivers Month, which seeks to shine a bright light on the more than 48 million American heroes, including 168,000 here in New Hampshire, helping care for their loved ones independently at home – where they want to be.
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