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The Massachusetts Senate is set to take up nursing home reform Thursday, July 25th. The Massachusetts House has passed a bill last year. COVID-19 highlighted problematic issues at nursing homes. With the formal legislative session wrapping up July 31, now is the time to address the reforms.
AARP Massachusetts is advocating for you. We're doing everything we can to make your neighborhoods, towns, cities, and rural areas great places to live for people of all ages. Massachusetts communities should have safe, walkable streets, age-friendly housing, transportation options, and opportunities for residents of all ages to stay active.
With the Massachusetts House & Senate agreeing on budget, Gov. Healy is expected to sign it. AARP is highlighting some key provisions in the budget that will impact seniors in the Bay State
Sixteen communities across the Bay State are getting a boost in their work to become more livable for residents of all ages. The AARP Community Challenge funds innovative projects that inspire change in areas such as public places, housing, transportation, and more. In 2024, AARP is bolstering its investment in digital connectivity, community resilience, rural communities, and addressing disparities.
Fraud and scams are everywhere. AARP is here to assist you. Open this page for a list of Fraud Prevention related events and resources.
Massachusetts will hold its state primary to select candidates for congressional, legislative and local races on Tuesday, Sept. 3.
What's working and what's not quite working for older LGBTQ+ adults- The Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Aging wants to know. So, it's holding listening sessions. Dates & Times are listed here
Both the Massachusetts House & Senate have passed legislation that will allow Accessary Dwelling Units (ADUs) to be built "by right". This would allow homeowners across the state to build units on their property. Currently, ADUs are regulated by cities and towns.
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