Sarah Hollander

Helper Serving Senior Woman With Meal In Care Home
The state legislature begins its session next month, and AARP Indiana plans to advocate for more support to help Indiana residents live independently.
Older woman sits on her couch in her home
Cost of living and long-term care needs are top of mind for Indiana voters 50 and older as the Nov. 8 election nears.
AARP Indiana is working to improve its broadband access into more rural areas of the state.
A woman helps her elderly mother put on a coat
The state's increasingly popular Structured Family Caregiving (SFC) program pays live-in caregivers a daily stipend, allowing people to live at home longer, instead of going to a long-term care facility. Started as pilot project in 2013, it helps more than 4,000 families and, along with similar services, saves the state roughly $2,000 per person, per month, compared with institutional care.
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