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Delaware ranked second in the nation per capita in cases of fraud and other reports in 2022, according to Federal Trade Commission data.
A raft of new laws that will help people 50 and older passed the state General Assembly this year.
Starting in 2025, more Delaware workers should be able to save for retirement by having money deducted from their paychecks at work.
Delaware is experiencing a shortage of primary care physicians, hindering access to care for a population that is one of the oldest in the nation.
AARP Delaware is working to help First Staters cast ballots more easily.
Delaware’s 123,000 family caregivers often have to juggle tending to loved ones while working. That task is even more burdensome when ailing or aging family members need to have medication administered to them.
AARP was founded in 1958 by Ethel Percy Andrus, a retired educator from California. As we celebrate our 60th birthday, we stay true to her original mission by creating positive social change through advocacy, service and information for Delawareans age 50-plus, and their families. The drive, innovation and compassion of our founder continue to inspire our work as we dedicate ourselves to improving lives, standing up to injustice and transforming the marketplace. We aim to empower people to choose how they live as they age.
Residence- and community-based care can make older people’s goal of aging in place much easier.
Delaware’s Senate passed the Share the Care Act, SB 27, this week by a vote of 20-0. AARP is working with a statewide coalition of partners to pass the bill, and this vote moves it one step closer to becoming a law in Delaware.
Mary Louse Embrey’s 94-year old father was an active family man. When a variety of health conditions got the best of him, caring for him became complicated. He wanted to stay in his own home, which the whole family fully embraced and made happen. Soon enough, Mary Louise became challenged by balancing her work schedule and family life while helping to care for her two young children.
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