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The AARP Bulletin

What if I need help but don’t have anyone? Who will take care of my stuff when I die? Do I need a trust?
After a career in the Federal Aviation Administration, Ken Thomas these days performs a different kind of air traffic control: overseeing about 100 volunteers in their efforts to influence the Legislature on behalf of 2.8 million fellow AARP Florida members.
AARP Florida is warning people about election-related fraud targeting older voters, including requests for donations to fictitious political action committees and soliciting sensitive information during fake voter registration efforts.
Nurse and non-nurse staffing in Florida nursing homes “appears to be on a downward trajectory,” pointing to an “urgent need” to understand staffing patterns and how to increase time devoted to resident care, says an AARP Florida study.
AARP Tampa Bay is hosting a series of walking events during which people can enjoy an outdoor stroll while chatting with local health care professionals.
As the state prepares for another hurricane season, AARP Florida is offering resources on how to shelter at home or evacuate.
AARP Tampa Bay is seeking virtual volunteers interested in making a difference in their community.
AARP Florida is standing up for all Sunshine State residents, pushing back on a utility rate increase requested by Florida Power & Light, which provides electricity to more than 11 million people statewide.
Living an active lifestyle is important at any time but especially with so many people feeling isolated amid the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why AARP in Tampa Bay is sponsoring a free Zoom health and wellness series to help people stay connected safely.
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