AARP Idaho wants to know what’s on members’ minds.
Preparing to develop programs and advocate legislation for about 480,000 Idahoans age 50-plus, AARP is asking state residents to speak up about issues, programs and services that are important to them.
An online member survey will gauge opinions on issues ranging from Social Security and Medicare to fraud prevention, utility rates, hunger relief, brain health, caregiving, long-term care and property tax relief.
The survey results will be used to plan seminars, workshops and legislative advocacy in 2014. To participate, visit http://svy.mk/14jxGZu
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