Voters in November will decide whether to expand Medicaid—the government health insurance program for low-income Americans—to include an estimated 42,000 South Dakota adults.
AARP and South Dakota’s Helpline Center are testing a service that allows family caregivers to sign up for phone or text support from trained staff. Now in its second year, the pilot program will continue to accept new participants.
South Dakota’s June 7 primary election could decide which candidates appear on November’s general election ballot and whether a critical ballot initiative, Constitutional Amendment C, will pass.
When the legislature convenes this month for its nine-week session, AARP South Dakota and its volunteer advocates will be promoting policies that benefit older adults.
Take a walk on the safe side: Be an advocate for sidewalks, less dangerous crosswalks and properly timed traffic lights that enhance accessibility for all in your community.
AARP is encouraging individuals 50 and over to explore the state this summer by participating in the AARP South Dakota State Park Challenge.
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