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The AARP Bulletin

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 Hawai‘i will focus legislative efforts this year on mitigating the disproportionate risks faced by older adults during public emergencies. The Legislature opens this month.
To help in an advocacy campaign for a family caregiver tax credit in the 2024 session of the Hawai‘i State Legislature, AARP is asking caregivers to share their stories.
Americans in overwhelming numbers want to age in place. Yet it’s not always simple — particularly for many Hawai‘i residents who live in rural areas.
AARP Hawaii is reaching out to more than 50,000 members with a simple message: Sign up and join in.
AARP Hawaii invites members to a free June screening of The Wind & the Reckoning, which dramatizes the tragic saga of leprosy (Hansen’s disease) in Hawaii, and the banishment of infected islanders to a remote corner of Molokai.
Financial security is part of aging well. AARP Hawaii can help.
When lawmakers return to the state Legislature in January, AARP Hawaii plans to push for more affordable housing options and increased access to long-term care.
Roughly 173,000 workers in Hawaii will be eligible for a retirement savings program pushed by AARP and signed by Gov. David Ige.
AARP Hawaii is seeking volunteers to bolster outreach and advocacy for the state’s older residents, who face high prescription drug prices and other pressures.
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