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New AARP and Ad Council PSAs highlight the changing roles of caregivers, offer tools and resources for support
CHARLOTTE - With people living longer and redefining traditional notions of aging and retirement, a new life stage has emerged. Today, many people in their 50s, 60s and beyond are choosing to add these years in the middle versus tacking them on later in a “wind down stage.” For many, this new life stage is strengthened by years of experience, accumulated knowledge and wisdom, and feelings of optimism for the possibilities ahead.
In the spring of 2013, AARP North Carolina began building a new, permanent base in the Queen City to help develop new initiatives that would aid people 50+ to live their lives to the fullest. Two full time staff – Michael Olender and Leo Scarpati – spent the year laying a foundation on which to build a range of new local initiatives that would be felt across all areas that are important to older North Carolinians. Here’s a peek at what we accomplished in the last 8 months:
With Multicultural outreach serving as a vital component of AARP efforts to deliver its programs and services, AARP North Carolina is recognizing the organizations best serving the needs of minority populations in the state.
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