AARP’s new Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Scorecard finds that Minnesota ranks #1 and outperformed all other states in the country, particularly due to strong support for family caregivers, and providing many options in terms of services and long-term care settings.
Age-Friendly Minnesota, a statewide collaborative focused on making communities more inclusive and accessible to older adults, will host its inaugural three-day conference starting Wednesday, Sept. 27.
Join Mayo Clinic, AARP, and the Alzheimer’s Association for a conference on brain health and dementia care. Care partners, families, healthcare professionals, people living with early dementia and community members interested in learning more are invited to attend.
The names of the first 10 Medicare drugs whose prices the federal government will negotiate directly with manufacturers were released Aug. 29. Popular but pricey blood thinners, diabetes medications, cancer treatments make historic list.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Minnesota for all ages to live, work and play.
Advocating for what is important to our members and giving you a voice at the state and federal levels is a priority for AARP Minnesota. Your voice matters. We work with local organizations and town and city officials on making our communities more livable and greater places to age with dignity and purpose.
Reliable, affordable high-speed internet access is of utmost importance to older Minnesotans, but access and adoption have remained elusive for too many, too long. In addition, it will be critical to help people acquire the skills, devices, and capacity they need to access the internet and reap the full benefits of our digital economy.
The generation gap is often used to define and separate people, but it holds the power to strengthen communities and teach across generational lines. Join AARP Minnesota and Pollen for an opportunity to connect with people from each decade – from 20s to 90s – to discuss different perspectives on financial security and wealth disparities.
The AARP Minnesota Executive Council is a team of volunteer leaders with a variety of skill sets, experiences, and backgrounds. The Executive Council helps shape the strategic direction and execute the mission of AARP Minnesota – ensuring that AARP remains a relevant resource and influential voice for people 50+ in our state and across our communities. Learn more about these incredible volunteers: