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As you age, will you be able to take care of yourself or need to rely on others? What services and supports will you need? Are they available in your community?
BOISE ID (October 14, 2015) – The Idaho Department of Insurance reminds Medicare beneficiaries that the annual enrollment period will begin October 15 and continue through  December 7. During this time, Medicare beneficiaries can change, drop or enroll in a prescription drug coverage plan or a Medicare Advantage plan. Annual enrollment does not apply to Medigap.
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AARP Ohio, on behalf of our 1.5 million members across the state, thanks and commends Congressmen Steve Stivers, R-15 th District, and David Joyce, R-14 th District, for joining the bipartisan, bicameral Assisting Caregivers Today (ACT) Caucus.
For people in need of long-term care, Mississippi is not a hospitable state, according to a scorecard released by AARP, the Commonwealth Fund and the SCAN Foundation.
Nevada Legislature
The voices of AARP Nevada members were heard loudly and clearly during the 77th session of the Nevada Legislature, which concluded in early June.  A number of notable laws were passed or positively impacted by the AARP team, resulting in stronger consumer protections, improved access to health care and more. 
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The 2013 Florida Legislature failed to expand health care access for low income Floridians, including those age 50 and older.   Lawmakers also failed for a second year in a row to reform the assisted-living industry despite some scandals uncovered by the news media.
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The Massachusetts House budget debate is on. It’s our last chance to highlight the importance of elder issues before the House budget is made final.
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So much water built up in the kitchen ceiling of Frankie Harper-Loudder’s home that the ceiling finally caved in. She found an organization to help her get it fixed, but the 63-year-old Aurora woman continues to struggle without healthy food and with multiple medical problems. Her name lives on waiting lists for help, but most of the time her pleas go unanswered.
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