AARP Pennsylvania

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MAY 12, 2022
AARP Pennsylvania launched a new statewide voter education campaign focused on helping communities and older adults cut through the noise and avoid confusion when exercising their right to vote. Pennsylvania voters have been on an information rollercoaster ride since 2020, and we are providing Pennsylvanians 50-plus with trusted information about how, when, and where to vote in the 2022 elections.
MAY 12, 2022
AARP Pennsylvania hosted a tele-town hall with Pennsylvania Acting Secretary of State Leigh M. Chapman and Deputy Secretary for Elections and Commissions Marks on May 10, the last day to request a mail-in ballot.
MAY 3, 2022
Established in 1987, the Pennsylvania State Office of AARP is located in downtown Harrisburg, with an additional office in Philadelphia.
MAY 1, 2022
AARP Pennsylvania invites Keystone Staters to celebrate the LGBTQ community by viewing the Dandy Andy Tour, a virtual look at works in Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum, in the artist’s hometown.
FEB 4, 2022
In a vital step for workers across the Commonwealth, House Bill 2156 was introduced on February 3rd in order to create Keystone Saves, a program that will provide Pennsylvania workers with an easy way to save out of their regular paycheck and help them grow the savings they need to take control of their future.
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AARP Pennsylvania knows that many Pennsylvanians will struggle to afford higher heating bills this winter. In addition to higher heating costs, the Coronavirus pandemic has had a wide-ranging impact on the state of Pennsylvania. Learn more about resources that can help you stay warm while keeping costs down.
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The pandemic took a fiscal toll on many older Americans, who lost $139 million to online romance scammers in 2020, according to a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) report.
AARP Pennsylvania is pleased to announce the signing of two pieces of important state legislation that will help older Pennsylvanians afford their prescription drugs. The legislation ‘provides much needed relief for older Pennsylvanians’
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Governor Tom Wolf signed House Bill 2071, creating the Pennsylvania Broadband Development Authority to oversee the state’s strategy to manage funding that will guide development and expansion of broadband services
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New AARP Analysis: Only 45.9% of Nursing Home Residents and 18.2% of Staff in Pennsylvania Have Received COVID-19 Booster
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Dole Caregiver Fellows from Pennsylvania share their caregiver stories
Caregivers for loved ones with dementia face special challenges
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AARP announced today its strong endorsement of legislation that would address the retirement savings crisis by establishing a retirement savings option for workers and employers who do not currently have a retirement plan.
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – AARP Pennsylvania leadership and staff recently presented Ron and Milly Laible with the Andrus Award at a small, intimate luncheon. In October, Ron and Milly were selected by AARP, the nonprofit organization for people 50 and older, to receive the 2021 AARP Pennsylvania Andrus Award for Community Service, the Association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award.
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