seniors

Money and drugs
With a new AARP study showing retail prescription prices have increased six times faster than the general inflation rate since 2006, AARP Pennsylvania is reminding older residents that they can receive help paying for prescription medications from the state’s PACE and PACENET programs.
Walkability Audit
Making one of downtown Pittsburgh’s most dangerous intersections safer for pedestrians was the focus of a recent workshop featuring AARP experts, city officials and urban planning leaders.
Scam Jam File
AARP Pennsylvania is warning consumers about reports of active imposter scams across Pennsylvania that target grandparents and are designed to steal money or personal information.
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AARP Applauds State House Approval of CARE Act
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AARP is fighting to ensure that you have continued access to affordable and stable electricity service in your home.  Right now, the Pennsylvania legislature is considering House Bill 2104 that would protect consumers from skyrocketing electric rates.
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AARP Pennsylvania Opposes Telephone Deregulation Bill That Removes PUC Oversight and Threatens Access to Landline Service
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 Marlene Trice of Philadelphia has been selected by AARP, the nonprofit membership organization for people 50 and older, to receive Pennsylvania’s 2013 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service, the Association’s most prestigious and visible volunteer award. 
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Social Security Generates $70 Billion in Economic Activity, Supports 470,000 Jobs in Pennsylvania
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AARP Pennsylvania Issues Statement in Response to Release of Governor’s Healthy Pennsylvania Initiative
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Bill Johnston-Walsh Named AARP’s State Director in Pennsylvania
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