The AARP Bulletin

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With the June 14 state primaries just around the corner and the general election not far behind, AARP Maine is working to make sure residents across the state know where candidates stand on important issues. Volunteer advocates are an essential part of these nonpartisan efforts.
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Want to be a fraud fighter? AARP Maine is looking for volunteer speakers for the AARP Fraud Watch Network. Responsibilities include delivering short presentations to community groups about impostor scams, cybersecurity and more. Training is provided.
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Rising prescription drug costs make it difficult for many to afford the medications they need to stay healthy. AARP believes that no one should have to skip a dose of or discontinue a medication because of cost. 
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AARP Maine is gearing up for the 2022 legislative session and needs your help. The office is looking for advocates who are willing to take an active role in their community and speak up on behalf of Maine residents 50-plus and their families. 
Family Care
Maine is home to more than 181,000 caregivers. And with November being Family Caregiver Month, AARP is collecting caregiver stories. 
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In need of a short break to refocus and recharge? AARP Maine will provide a 15-minute meditation session each week led by a certified BodyFlow instructor. 
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After a long winter and, for many, continued isolation during the pandemic, AARP Maine encourages its members and their families to safely take advantage of the great outdoors right in their backyard.
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AARP Maine is looking for virtual advocates to join its team to fight for the issues that residents 50-plus care about including health care, affordable utilities and livable communities. 
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According to BroadbandNow, 35,000 Maine residents have an inadequate high-speed internet connection and 12,000 have no home connection at all. 
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With fewer opportunities for social interaction during the pandemic, it’s natural to feel isolated. 
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