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The AARP Bulletin

The state of Maine offers assistance to some family caregivers struggling with high out-of-pocket costs through Respite for ME Grants, a pilot program.
AARP Maine is teaming up with the American Red Cross of Northern New England to host volunteer trainings on disaster preparedness and fraud prevention for adults 50-plus in October and November.
Looking to declutter? AARP Maine will hold two free shredding and medication disposal events this fall to help protect your person- al information and safely discard unwanted or expired medication.
AARP Maine’s Speakers Bureau volunteers are available to give in-person and virtual talks on fraud prevention to community groups around the Pine Tree State.
AARP Maine is offering free virtual yoga classes and meditation moments.
Even if you’re not required to file a state tax return this year, you may want to.
Expanding paid leave AARP Maine is stepping up its advocacy on behalf of overwhelmed caregivers as state policymakers consider ways to bolster Maine’s paid-leave law.
We need your help for the 2023 legislative session! AARP Maine trains all new volunteers to make sure they become successful and engaged members of the team.
AARP Maine is looking for family caregivers to share their stories and join its efforts next year to pass paid family medical leave legislation.
Through webinars, community walks, election activities and other events, AARP Maine helps members stay informed on important issues and in touch with one another.
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