The state Legislature is considering paid a family- and medical-leave bill that would establish a state-run insurance program to provide up to 12 weeks of partial wage replacement for workers who take leave to care for a family member, for a pregnancy or because of a serious illness.
A Friendly Turn: How AARP Minnesota Has Helped Make the State a Member of the 'Age-Friendly' Network
Mardi Knudson, 68, was baffled when she drove into a downtown St. Cloud parking garage recently and couldn’t find a way to pay with cash.
The AARP Fraud Watch Network is helping Minnesotans 50-plus and others avoid becoming victims with two virtual fraud prevention events that will focus on a wide variety of impostor scams and recent reports to its helpline.
AARP Minnesota's 50 Over 50 award has helped launch a gallery exhibition, boosted public awareness on sex trafficking, supported the LGBTQ community and more.
The Elder Care and Vulnerable Adult Protection Act of 2019 is a sweeping set of reforms that includes licensure requirements for assisted-living facilities and new rights for the state's 60,000 assisted living residents and their families.
Nearly 100,000 Minnesotans have Alzheimer’s disease. AARP, Mayo Clinic, and the Alzheimer’s Association Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter will be hosting a free full-day event: the Mayo Clinic Conference on Brain Health and Dementia, on Friday, October 29 virtually.
Created in 2019, the Governor’s Council on an Age-Friendly Minnesota plans to submit its final recommendations this year. AARP is also continuing to support communities and work with state legislators to set up a permanent age-friendly council that will enable more change across the state.
AARP Minnesota is pushing state lawmakers to address nursing home residents’ need for socialization, among other long-term care reforms, when they return next month for the 2021 legislative session.
To ensure that families can reach their relatives when in-person visits aren’t possible during the coronavirus pandemic, AARP Minnesota is pressing state officials to require nursing homes and assisted living facilities to improve communication.
The state is poised to enter the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities, after Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order creating the Governor’s Council on an Age-Friendly Minnesota.
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