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“Vivan Las Voces” captures the stories of our past to inspire the stories of our future
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As the state prepares for another hurricane season, AARP Florida is offering resources on how to shelter at home or evacuate.
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AARP Florida is pleased to have wonderful partners statewide to make the Sunshine State more age friendly to residents of all ages and abilities.
AARP Florida is bolstering its advocacy efforts on everything from prescription drug prices to caregiving heading into 2022.
nursing home dashboard - florida october
Florida continues to rank first in the nation reporting 289 new nursing home resident deaths from COVID-19, up from 237 deaths in the previous month’s report. These new deaths in Florida represent 14 percent of 2,131 total COVID-19 deaths occurring in nursing homes across the United States – a number that nearly doubled nationally since the last report.
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No matter where you are in the caregiver journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make the process easier
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AARP Florida and the Alzheimer’s Association Florida chapters have teamed up to spread awareness about the needs of caregivers of those living with Alzheimer’s, educate about the risks and prevention of the disease as well as share the latest breakthroughs in dementia research.
Home healthcare nurse checks patient's blood pressure
On behalf of AARP Florida’s 2.8 million members and all older Floridians, we encourage AHCA to find creative ways to enhance, expand, or strengthen home- and community-based care under Florida’s Medicaid program. With so many families in need of help with care, now is the time to take advantage of these new federal resources, which can supplement existing state efforts around home- and community-based services.
Lori Green, one of the retired nurses come out of retirement for covid vaccine
Active and retired nurses, doctors and other health-care professionals are volunteering throughout Florida to help in the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine. 
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