Introduced last summer, the Yoga and Mindfulness series was so popular that it continues in 2023 as part of a lineup of healthy living programs that AARP Pennsylvania offers to keep people over 50 moving.
The AARP Community Challenge grant program awarded money to Thomas Jefferson University to build a garden to combat social isolation by turning vacant land into green space for neighbors to gather.
Housing costs across the tri-state areas are skyrocketing. AARP is working to help ease the burden on those affected.
Milly Laible, 70, sits in Bethlehem, smiling into a computer screen and getting her audience moving. Some of them are thousands of miles away. One woman has even exercised along with Milly from her apartment in Shanghai.
AARP estimates that there are 1.6 million unpaid family caregivers in Pennsylvania.
From rural bike paths to urban gardens, the AARP Community Challenge program is funding quick-action projects this year in five Pennsylvania areas.
AARP is fighting fraudsters by educating consumers with its Scam Jams, which feature officials such as the state attorney general and FBI experts.
AARP is pushing state lawmakers to pass two bills that would provide paid family leave for Pennsylvanians. The proposal includes an insurance program that would be funded by small deductions from workers' paychecks.
Exercise classes, free equipment for all is part of AARP’s 60th-anniversary commemoration, which it’s celebrating by constructing fitness parks in every state, as well as Washington, D.C.; Puerto Rico; and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Keystone Saves, a proposed IRA savings program for private-sector employees, has bipartisan support from state legislators and strong backing from AARP.
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