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AARP Hawaii

News, events and activities for Hawaii residents age 50-plus
Annual Award Recognizes Volunteers Who Make a Powerful Difference
The caller, claiming to be a lieutenant in the Honolulu Police Department, frightened her, says Manoa resident Jody Mishan. He told her in a stern voice that this was an urgent matter and there was a bench warrant for her arrest for failing to show up for jury duty.
It’s never too early to start retirement planning.
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On the cusp of hurricane season, AARP Hawai`i is encouraging residents, especially kupuna and caregivers, to have an emergency plan and assisting Manoa to become disaster resilient by providing walkie talkies to Manoa residents willing to be part of an emergency communications network.
Paul Greenwood spent more than two decades staring down — and prosecuting — Southern California criminals for abusing and defrauding older adults. Now he is hoping to give Hawai‘i residents the insights necessary to reduce their own risks of experiencing elder abuse and fraud.
AARP Hawaii urges lawmakers to act sooner rather than later to help these unsung heroes.
AARP Hawai`i Holding April Webinar, In-person Workshops on Fraud Prevention
New AARP Survey Shows Voters 40 and Older Want Lawmakers to Pass Family Caregiver Tax Credits
Putting their mother Emily, a retired school teacher in a nursing home was never an option for the Peters family when Emily was diagnosed with dementia.
Show your aloha for family caregivers at a sign waving and rally at the state Capitol to show support for tax credits for caregivers, family leave and other legislation to help the “unsung heroes” of Hawai`i’s long-term care system.
A new AARP Hawai`i/Smart Growth America report estimates that 1,442 affordable rental and home ownership covenants will expire by 2030, and more than 10,000 units could be in danger of losing their affordable status between 2030 and 2045 unless funding and/or incentives can be found to keep the units affordable.
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