Nearly 7 million Latinos, or one in five in the United States, provide unpaid care to an aging or older loved one. Many Latino family caregivers see care giving responsibilities simply as something family members do for one another, and they do not seek outside help.
English Desde la clásica celebración del Día de la Independencia de México y los países centroamericanos, la presentación de un estudio acerca de la situación financiera de los californianos, hasta nuestra asociación con el popular equipo de  soccer LA Galaxy; AARP en Los Ángeles ha preparado varios eventos para celebrar nuestras contribuciones como latinos a esta sociedad y también para brindarte herramientas que te ayudarán a hacer de tu vida una experiencia mejor. Todos nuestros eventos son gratis, pero en algunos de ellos debes inscribirte con anticipación.
Alan Romero 2
Alan Romero and his twin brother have done well. Both highly educated, Romero is a financial planner and his brother is an engineer.
Larry Apodaca and his mom Terry
Larry Apodaca cared for his mother, Terry, for nearly nine years as she endured the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease. With the exception of occasional visits from a nurse, he tended to his mom on his own at home because “no one could care for her like I could.”
Cinco de Mayo
The Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy and Research Organization (CLLARO) is celebrating its 52nd anniversary during the annual Bernie Valdez Awards luncheon.
Social Security needs to be updated for the 21st century so we can keep the promise for future generations. If our nation’s leaders don’t act, future retirees could lose up to $10,000 a year.
Throughout the 1950s and ‘60s, San Antonio’s Alameda Theatre was renowned as a place to see modern Spanish-language movies and variety shows. Now, the vaudeville-style theatre takes on an exciting new role.
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