After four decades as a smart-money, anti-fraud crusader, Clark Howard, who turns 68 this month, isn't slowing down. He talks with the AARP Bulletin about money, work, health and retirement.
Georgia consumers reported $158 million in fraud losses in 2022, according to FTC data.
A new retirement savings program offering workers greater financial security is among the top issues older Georgians and their advocates will push for in the 2023 legislative session.
In other states, advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) have a specialized license that gives them broader authority for patient care. Not in Georgia. AARP Georgia supports legislation to grant separate licenses to APRNs.
Musician and family caregiver Bob Baldwin will share his music and insights on the importance of caregiving at a free online event Nov. 12.
If you are a caregiver for, or spouse of, a veteran, make some time for yourself and connect with other caregivers at a monthly coffee break.
Amenities for older adults, particularly access to transportation, allow older Georgians to age in place at home and maintain independence.
DeShaun Johnson's 60-minute class, offered every Friday from 10 to 11 a.m., might help you shed a few pounds and tone your biceps. It’s also designed to benefit your brain health by helping you manage stress, get a good night’s sleep and engage with other people.
AARP Georgia's postcard outreach to connect with people in long-term care facilities has lifted spirits across the state. Volunteers write and send 800 cards monthly.
Art and wellness classes, including some with the Jessye Norman School of the Arts, entertain and inform for the next two months. The events are free and online.
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