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A new AARP study debunks myths about age 50+ workers, showing they have productive advantages that can make them a “critical component” of a successful business.
AARP New Hampshire released a survey today that shows what’s important to Granite Staters 50-plus.
The US Senate recently voted on the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) of 2015 (H.R. 2) that permanently replaces the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula used to calculate reimbursements to physicians under Medicare. The Senate also voted on the Cardin-Vitter “Seniors’ Amendment” which was a Key Vote for AARP.
Across political parties, more than seven in ten registered voters age 40 and older say Congress should improve resources for family caregivers who help their parents, spouses, children with disabilities and other loved ones to live independently. This and other findings from a new poll underscore the need for the bipartisan, bicameral Assisting Caregivers Today (ACT) Caucus launched today by U.S. Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Michael Bennet (D-CO) and U.S. Representatives Diane Black (R-TN) and Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-NM), co-chairs of the ACT Caucus. The Caucus will help bring greater attention to family caregiving and helping people live independently, educate Congress on these issues, and engage legislators on a bipartisan basis to help lead to solutions.
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The Millyard Museum is offering a $3 discount on admission and a special lecture for AARP members all day Saturday, March 14. Admission includes access to all the exhibits as well as a special talk by Manchester Historic Association Vice President Jeff Myrdek on Manchester Public School Buildings, 1785 to 2014. Museum hours are 10:00 to 4:00 with the lecture from 10:30 to noon.
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College and AARP New Hampshire are pleased to sponsor the New Hampshire Primary 100 th Anniversary Essay Contest. The essay contest will be open to all students enrolled in civics, U.S. Government, or politics courses in grades 9 –12 at both public and private schools throughout New Hampshire.
We often joke about memory loss but what happens when it becomes more than a senior moment? What is the impact of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia – on the person, the caregiver, society, and the economy? And what can we do about it?
New Hampshire ranks #46 when it comes to offering services that help keep people in their homes and communities as they age. AARP warns more must be done to change our long-term care system in order to give people the care they want and need, in the setting of their choice, at a lesser price. Nearly all – 94% -- of New Hampshire residents say they want to age at home, and not a nursing home.
There’s a lot to learn about the new Health Insurance Marketplace. And it can be difficult to figure out what it means for you and your family. That is why AARP New Hampshire and its corps of volunteer educators are leading free educational sessions across the Granite State.
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