As West Virginia’s population grows older, a recent AARP West Virginia survey finds that an overwhelming number of West Virginians support home and community-based services; critical programs that promote greater responsiveness to the needs of older West Virginians.
AARP West Virginia is joining with the Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs and the West Virginia Department to Arts, Culture and History to host a series of lecture events during the Mountain State's celebration of Black History Month. The 2019 Black History Month Lecture Series events at the West Virginia Culture Center on the West Virginia State Capitol Complex (1900 Kanawha Blvd., E, Charleston, WV) are free and open to the public.
Introducing AARP West Virginia's Prepare To Care podcast, focused on providing information and resources for family caregivers in West Virginia and beyond. The podcast is meant to serve as a resource for families in West Virginia and beyond, providing information and tools to assist individuals as they prepare to care for a loved one or if they already are in the midst of the family caregiving journey.
In a newly released AARP poll, West Virginia voters age 50 and over are united in their concern over the economy, the opioid crisis, health care and personal finance issues.
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