AARP and the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Unveil Groundbreaking Report on the Status of Women and Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Brain Health
MAY 21, 2020
75 top Alzheimer’s and dementia experts collaborated on a 10-year strategic plan for researchers, policymakers and caregivers
MAY 20, 2020
The decisions you make now could affect what doctors you see, how much you might spend on your health in the future and more. Whether you’re 65 or will be soon, there’s no better time to start exploring your Medicare options.
Live Q&A: Caring for Loved Ones in Care Facilities with Emmy-winning actress Susan Lucci and AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins
MAY 19, 2020
How do you remain connected and support loved ones in care facilities during the global Coronavirus pandemic? Join AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins & actress Susan Lucci who will share her family’s experience during this pandemic in a special Q&A event at 1pm ET Thursday, May 21.
MAY 19, 2020
AARP New Hampshire is fighting to keep your utility rates fair and reasonable in these challenging times. Recently, we filed a petition asking the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission to account for the effects of the coronavirus pandemic as the commission weighs a rate proposal from Eversource.
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 New Hampshire. We hope you’ll join us!
AARP New Hampshire State Director Todd Fahey testified at the May 12, 2020 meeting of the Select Committee on 2020 Early Election Support to advocate for the implementation of measures to ensure the health and safety of Granite State voters during the upcoming elections.
Grab your morning beverage of choice and join AARP NH for a unique, live 30-minute Coffee & Conversation with Sunny Mulligan Shea, an attorney and victim witness advocate with the Elder Abuse and Exploitation Unit of the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office, and AARP New Hampshire host Jeannie Tucker.
We are living in challenging times. The concept of the “good life” has shifted from owning a home, having a nice a yard and a good job, to place even more importance on good health and having a secure retirement. As we transition from an era of wanting materialistic possessions as a way to express who we are, to searching for experiences; AARP’s strategic focus areas, wealth, health and self, become even more crucial.
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