Grants that range from hundreds to tens of thousands of dollars will support coronavirus recovery and emphasize diversity and inclusion in local communities.
11 short training sessions on Michigan Attorney General Department's YouTube Channel focus on recognizing, reporting and preventing elder abuse, neglect and exploitation.
AARP Michigan End of Session Report focuses on key issues facing adults 50 and up, including telehealth, broadband, prescription drug prices, access to home and community based services, nursing home reform, and others. Report also previews 2021 state agenda. Take a look!
An all-star panel of experts on women’s brain health and wellness, hosted by AARP Michigan, led a 90-minute virtual event on Dec. 3 that focused on why women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with dementia and what can be done about it.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has issued a new three-week pandemic order that has wide-ranging implications for 50-plus Michiganders, the population most vulnerable to COVID-19.
U.S. Rep. Fred Upton of Michigan's 6th Congressional District was featured in a telephone town hall hosted by AARP Michigan. He talked about vaccines, testing devises, stimulus checks, high-speed internet and help for small business.
The five-bill package, strongly supported by AARP Michigan, would expand telemedicine services to Michigan's Medicaid population. The legislation has been approved by the House and is expected to be signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
As COVID-19 spreads, so do racial profiling, discrimination and harassment of Asian Americans. Shenlin Chen and Roland Hwang, leaders of the Association of Chinese Americans in Metro Detroit, tell their stories.
Nearly 17,000 listeners peppered Peters with questions about the CARES Act, including individual stimulus payments, relief for small businesses and non-profits, sick leave, unemployment compensation, SNAP, and other details.
DeWitt mother of two offers informative tales about family survival, maintaining sanity, and easing claustrophobia during Michigan's coronavirus-forced Shelter in Place order.
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