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Exciting things are happening in New York and AARP is proud to be a part of them
APR 18, 2024
Consumers can prevent scams by shredding sensitive documents
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.
APR 15, 2024
Join us for Workout Mondays! Connect with AARP New York and IndoRican Dance and Fitness for a series of Balance Bootcamp and Ballet Fit virtual classes.
APR 11, 2024
The Hochul administration ignored serious problems with a state-funded program providing vital home- and community-based services designed to keep older New Yorkers in their own homes
New York reported more than 51,000 incidents of identity theft in 2023, according to Federal Trade Commission data.
Meet AARP Long Island at the ballpark this summer! Stop by the AARP Long Island table on the concourse at various dates to get to know our volunteers and learn more about what we’re doing in your community.
AARP New York and the Public Utility Law Project called on Governor Hochul and the State Legislature to protect an energy discount program and include other measures in the 2024-2025 state budget to help struggling households pay their utility bills and address New York State’s energy affordability problem.
AARP New York Family Caregiving Report Reveals Deep Concern about Nursing Home Care, Citing Understaffing, Isolation and Exposure to Covid
Did you know that regular exercise and meditation techniques could lead to sharper thinking, a healthier brain, and reduce the risk of cognitive decline?
ALBANY, N.Y. – More than 100 public entities and non-profit organizations, including AARP New York and other advocates for the aging, are calling on New York Governor Kathy Hochul and leaders of the State Legislature for the funding millions of family caregivers need to help a parent, grandparent, spouse or other older loved one age at home with dignity.
Are you looking to jumpstart your fitness and nutrition journey, but not sure where to begin? Connect with AARP New York for a three-part virtual series, Let’s Get Fit, with personal trainer, Damian Raibon. This comprehensive series covers how to obtain the proper mindset to achieve your fitness goals, how to build a nutrition plan, and demonstrate basic exercises for maximum physical impact.
Connect with AARP New York for a five-part virtual series of Tai Chi, a gentle exercise that is suitable for older adults which offers the benefits of flexibility, muscle strengthening and endurance. AARP members and guests are invited to join us to learn the core principles of an art that creates unity between the body and mind.
EN ESPAÑOL | NEW YORK - Three in ten voters age 40 and older who live in New York City are caring for an older family member, or have done so in the past, and the vast majority (75%) say they are stressed as they also manage jobs and other responsibilities, according to an AARP New York survey released today.
AARP New York Report on Family Caregiving Finds Mounting Responsibilities, Stresses as State Funding for Aging Services Lags
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