Active aging is one way you can maintain your strength and stamina, and improve overall health! Plus, it's great opportunity to get out and explore more of your community! This summer, AARP SD is helping members across the state stay active with guided local hikes and statewide discounts!
Lawmakers will consider recommendations from a state task force about how to provide additional support for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers.
2017-2018 was a high severity flu season with record breaking levels of influenza illness, hospitalization rates and reported pediatric deaths. The best protection against flu is getting a flu vaccine.
Today, in South Dakota, more than 155,500 people over 65 and individuals with disabilities are covered by Medicare for their health care. In addtion, Medicare contributes $1.7 billion to South Dakota's economy.
Under a new state law supported by AARP South Dakota, certified nurse practitioners and certified nurse midwives will have more flexibility to serve patients in rural and underserved areas.
The devastating natural disasters that have made national news this year serve as a reminder to people of all ages that we must take action to prepare for emergencies that could affect us where we live, work or visit.
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