AARP Montana

Helping Montanans over 50 live their best lives
JAN 25, 2022
The annual program aims to help make already great communities across Montana become even better
APR 21, 2020
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JAN 20, 2022
AARP Montana is pleased to sponsor the Healthy Living for Life TV series, an informational program produced and hosted by Mountain-Pacific Quality Health.
JAN 14, 2022
With tax season in full swing, AARP Montana wants to remind older Montanans about the Elderly Homeowner/Renter Tax Credit.
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The Blackfeet Tribe announced on October 13, 2021 that Chief Earl Old Person, the longest serving elected tribal official in the U.S., has died at the age of 92. He died at Blackfeet Community Hospital in Browning after a long battle with cancer.
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Of the 94,404 veterans in Montana, only 37% have used their benefits at VA health care, according to U.S. Census Bureau
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According to new research from AARP, Montana’s 50-plus population has an outsize economic impact that will help the state recover financially from the pandemic and drive growth for the next three decades.
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Montana State University Extension is collaborating with AARP Montana for a three-part Tele-Town Hall estate planning series starting in October and running through January. The series is presented by Marsha Goetting, MSU Extension family economics specialist and professor at MSU. Dr. Goetting said that, for some Montanans, estate planning can be one of the most important and confusing decisions they make in their lives. It raises questions of personal legacy and how to assure the right people receive one’s property after death.
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AARP Donates Fitness Park for All Ages
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Americans pay more than three times what people in other countries for the same medicines
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AARP is offering free resources for military caregivers who are grappling with stress or suicidal thoughts.
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Helena, Mont., Aug 13, 2021 — Cases of COVID rose among Montana nursing home residents and staff over the four weeks ending July 18, according to the latest release of AARP’s Nursing Home COVID-19 Dashboard.  Resident cases increased from 0.3 to 0.62 per 100 residents, and new staff cases increased from 0.8 to 0.88 per 100 residents. 
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