Federal funds are available to those who suffered financially from the pandemic to assist in the prevention of eviction and disconnection of essential services.
No matter the forecast, making a disaster plan is essential during Hurricane season. AARP has resources.
Absentee ballots are available for everyone age 65 and older.
Ahead of pivotal November elections, AARP South Carolina is working with local media to understand how candidates will address issues affecting older residents.
AARP South Carolina and the Better Business Burea of South Carolina are hosting Free Community Shred Days throughout the Upstate. You can register for a chance to win one of four $100 shredders.
AARP South Carolina's effort to inform, educate, and ultimately affect positive change in health outcomes for older African Americans in South Carolina.
Social Security provides only part of what retirees need to pay the bills, and millions of private-sector employees nationwide don’t have a workplace retirement plan that could help fill the gaps.
Donnell Baker, 79, understands the need for family to stay close when a loved one is admitted to a veterans hospital. Thirteen years ago, her now-late husband, Army veteran and Medal of Honor recipient John F. Baker Jr., needed a medical procedure in Charleston. When he developed complications, she had to stay overnight at a hotel.
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