The AARP Bulletin

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Additional funding included in the fiscal 2023 state budget is aimed at increasing access to home- and community-based services, which help older residents continue living at home.
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AARP Michigan is hosting a virtual discussion featuring five retired physicians who are now themselves living with dementia. On Thursday, Aug. 11, at noon, they will share their insights into treatments, the stigma and the questions people should ask their own doctors.
As lawmakers develop the fiscal 2022–23 state budget, AARP Michigan is urging them to shift the balance of long-term care funding toward home- and community-based services, with less emphasis on nursing homes and other institutional settings.
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AARP Michigan is encouraging its members to be on the lookout for signs of possible fraud, such as unusual financial transactions on bank statements.
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State lawmakers will return to session Jan. 12, and AARP Michigan is ready to advocate for policies that benefit the state’s older residents. 
AARP is hosting virtual music and drumming sessions each month through the end of the year. 
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AARP will host a virtual event on Wednesday, Aug. 25, featuring women in elected office at the state and federal levels talking about health and wealth topics. 
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AARP Michigan will host an online beer tasting on Tuesday, June 22, from 6 to 7 p.m. 
With the rate of diabetes on the rise, especially among older Americans, AARP is helping to educate members about the causes of and treatments for the chronic disease with a series of virtual talks in May and June.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, AARP Michigan is continuing to offer virtual events as a way to help members stay connected with one another.
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