NOV 3, 2022
From gasoline to groceries to prescription drugs and rent, many Pennsylvanians are struggling. This winter, home heating costs are also expected to increase. Make sure you know about available programs and tips to reduce your winter utility bills. Check out our handy utility guide today!
NOV 17, 2022
Earlier this year, AARP Pennsylvania successfully advocated for the use of American Rescue Plan Act dollars as a one-time bonus rebate to Pennsylvanians who qualify for the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program. Apply today.
NOV 3, 2022
A guide to when, where and how to get health insurance in Pennsylvania.
NOV 21, 2022
AARP Pennsylvania State President Emeritus Joanne Grossi recently joined PCN's "Focus on Aging Adults" to speak to what older adults need to know this year and remind them of their healthcare options.
NOV 4, 2022
U.S. News and World Report recently found Lancaster and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the top two places to retire in the U.S. Using criteria like the happiness of local residents, cost of living, and health care quality, the Pennsylvania cities were ranked highest for retirees, with several other Pennsylvania cities making the list.
Philippe Largent, who has spent the last 25 years advocating for greater access to quality, affordable health care and other issues central to the well-being of Illinois residents, joins AARP Illinois on March 7.
Join AARP Georgia on Thursday, March 24th for an engaging conversation about disparities in women's heart health co-hosted by Sybil Wilkes and Myra J.
Lander Senator Cale Case has proposed an amendment to the state budget of $3 million to be put towards property tax relief. That measure faces approvals in the State Legislature this week.
An AARP small business survey found that nearly three quarters of Hawai‘i small business decision-makers and owners think more should be done to encourage workers to save for retirement, and four in five support the creation of a state-facilitated retirement savings program.
AARP South Dakota continues to urge our elected officials to enact policies and prioritize funding for programs that support South Dakotans aged 50 and older. The Governor has until March 28 to sign or veto legislation.
Physical activity can transform someone into the best shape of their life and live a healthier lifestyle. Constant activity can also help individuals in other facets of their life and well-being.
Roughly once every minute, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease. And roughly once every minute, family members and loved ones are overcome with stress and sadness upon hearing the news. In that confusion and the urgency to understand the short- and long-term implications, families frequently overlook the critical consideration of financial planning.
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