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Exciting things are happening in New York and AARP is proud to be a part of them
AUG 6, 2020
Voters will be able to request absentee ballots to vote safely from home
APR 21, 2020
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OCT 30, 2020
Written by Jane Light, an AARP volunteer who was a writer and editor at Reuters for 30 years.
OCT 30, 2020
Bishop Simon Gordon, Reverend Marrice Coverson and Pastor Marvin Hightower stand in support of the Graduated Income Tax Amendment to make sure Illinois has the revenue it needs to invest in our communities.
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AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger New York for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
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Clifford Acey is a Communications Intern at AARP Mississippi
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Open enrollment is right around the corner, and so is your chance to learn all about the Health Insurance Marketplace. Join us for a free health webinar where we’ll give tips for finding coverage that works for you.
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Are you making the jump from military to civilian work? Veterans, transitioning service members and their families can get help getting hired—learn how at our free webinar.
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When it comes to bogus investments, fake charities and other scams, older adults in your life may be more vulnerable. Join us for a free family caregiving webinar where we’ll cover how you can talk to loved ones about scams and fraud.
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On October 1, 2020, AARP MA held Reach Out, A Massachusetts Summit to Spark Action, which was attended by 200+ people.  It was the culmination of months of work, started even prior to the pandemic, in partnership with the UMass Boston Gerontology Institute and numerous other organizations as part of the AARP MA Taskforce to End Loneliness and Build Community.  Virtual community conversations were held to glean ideas and information about how communities and organizations were addressing loneliness and social isolation, and to find out what are the biggest challenges.  View the report and the 10/1 event.  Lisa Marsh Ryerson, President of the AARP Foundation, was the keynote speaker at the event. The work of the Taskforce continues with a focus on technology and the digital divide, intergenerational projects, public awareness and strategic partnerships. The #ReachOutMA campaign continues with the goal of reaching those most in need of connections, community and support.  Find out more here:  www.aarp.org/reachoutma
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Understanding how your future retirement might affect your spouse is important.  Here are a few things to remember when you’re planning for your retirement.  Your spouse’s benefit amount could be up to 50 percent of your full retirement age benefit amount.  If you qualify for a benefit from your own work history and a spouse’s record, we always pay your own benefit first.  You cannot receive spouse’s benefits unless your spouse is receiving their retirement benefits (except for divorced spouses).
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In Michigan, 36% of nursing homes reported at least one COVID-19 case among staff. Also, nearly 35% reported a staff shortage and 32% had insufficient Personal Protection Equipment.
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