Find the tips and resources you need to get prepared this year, and don't miss this recap of dedicated AARP volunteers who helped their neighbors and communities with post-storm recovery from Hurricane Ian.
Key takeaways from new AARP Florida report show clear correlation between nursing home staffing and quality of care
A new collaboration between AARP Florida and USF's Dr. Lindsay Peterson has launched its first report on nursing home staffing showing its significant impact on resident health and wellbeing.
As the Legislature begins a new session, the care delivered in the state’s roughly 700 nursing homes will again be pivotal.
Volunteers with AARP Florida returned to the Florida capitol this month for the first time since the pandemic. They're meeting with legislators and advocating for Floridians 50+ on issues such as long-term care, home and community-based services and affordable housing.
Hurricane season starts June 1. AARP Florida wants residents, especially those in long-term care facilities, to be prepared for storms.
Florida scores highly as an age-friendly state, but now it has a new metric to distinguish itself: public-health friendly.
AARP Florida is bolstering its advocacy efforts on everything from prescription drug prices to caregiving heading into 2022.
A controversial new state voting law will get its test run next month as more than 50 municipalities across Florida hold local elections under new rules that limit absentee-ballot drop boxes, require more identification to vote by mail and restrict who can drop off ballots.
Though COVID-19 vaccines are now widely available, AARP Florida is still providing critical information and helping anyone who has not been vaccinated but wants to be.
Hurricane season runs from June 1 through Nov. 30. Emergency planners are expecting a busy season this year and stress to residents that it’s important not to get complacent.
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