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All the news that matters for Illinoisans over 50
FEB 23, 2021
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
FEB 17, 2021
Feb 17, 2021 Statement Regarding Gov. Pritzker’s Proposed Budget from Rosanna Marquez, AARP IL Volunteer State President
FEB 11, 2021
Written Testimony for the Illinois Senate Health Committee Subject Matter Hearing on the COVID-19 Vaccine February 11, 202
FEB 8, 2021
No matter where you are in the caregiver journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make the process easier
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Illinois for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
State Lawmakers, Racial Justice Advocacy Groups Call for Solutions to Deep Disparities in Health, Economic Security and Connectivity in Illinois
With the right Medicare plan, you can rest easy knowing the majority of your healthcare costs are covered for life.
AARP Illinois, Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, The Chicago Urban League, and The Resurrection Project will proudly launch the “Disrupt Disparities” report on how racial disparities keep people from living longer, healthier, and more productive lives.
When it comes to bogus investments, fake charities and other scams, older adults in your life may be more vulnerable.
Illinois capitol
AARP Illinois commends state legislators for passing the Predatory Loan Prevention Act, which will prohibit lenders from charging exorbitant interest rates that harm Illinoisans 50+, especially those on low and fixed incomes
Illinois State Capital Building
As legislators consider a collection of bills during the lame-duck session, AARP IL applauds, supports and appreciates the efforts of the Illinois Black Caucus for addressing disparities related to economic access, healthcare, education, and criminal justice.
A man in a wheelchair in a nursing home hallway
AARP Illinois is pushing lawmakers to improve conditions in long-term care facilities. Key legislative priorities include calling for regular COVID-19 testing and adequate personal protective equipment, better telecommunication options for caregivers and families, heightened accountability for nursing homes, and transparency on state and federal funding that goes to facilities.
Chicago. -  AARP Illinois Volunteer State President Rosanna Marquez issued the following statement after the City Council voted Wednesday to create an Accessory Dwelling Units pilot:
Senior man sitting on a wheelchair with caregiver
State Department of Public Health to Adopt Measures by Early January
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