The AARP Bulletin

AARP Delaware is pushing for changes to state law that would add price gouging during a national emergency and consumer fraud on social media to the definition of “unfair business practices.” 
A man leaves a building after voting absentee in an election
AARP Delaware is working to help First Staters cast ballots more easily. 
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AARP Delaware has remained hard at work on behalf of older adults in the First State, advocating for family caregivers, fighting fraud and holding events like virtual movie nights. 
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The overwhelming majority of Americans want to stay in their own homes as they age, but many need public transportation to stay mobile after their driving years are over. 
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Looking for a virtual yoga class or a tutorial on avoiding consumer scams? AARP Delaware has a YouTube channel offering access to a variety of video programming. Enjoy quality content while keeping a safe, virtual distance from others. 
Nearly 8,000 fraud cases against Delawareans were reported to the Federal Trade Commission in 2019, totaling $5.7 million in losses. Delaware ranked third in the nation in per capita fraud in 2019 and seventh per capita in identity theft.
Nearly half of private-sector workers in Delaware don’t have access to a savings plan at work, making it harder to prepare for retirement. 
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It’s been harder for people to see their grandchildren during the pandemic, but thanks to an AARP Community Challenge grant, Delawareans have found a way to connect. 
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AARP Delaware encourages everyone to vote in the statewide primary on Tuesday, Sept. 15, and on Election Day, Nov. 3. All Delawareans can cast a ballot while maintaining social distancing.
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