AARP is shedding a light on the challenges that many Hispanic and Latino family caregivers face, AARP invites you to join us for a reception and screening of “Cada paso del camino” which translates to “Every step of the way.” The Spanish language documentary is director Alberto Ferreras’s submission to this year’s New York Latino Film Festival. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Ferreras, TV influencer and caregiver Marco Antonio Regil, and Tony Ruiz, a New York executive and family caregiver featured in the film.
More than 15 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. Being a caregiver for a loved one with memory problems is a journey that can sometimes seem overwhelming. AARP and the Alzheimer’s Association’s NYC Chapter are making sure you don’t go it alone by giving you the opportunity to get advice from legal and medical experts in a Spanish language educational session.
Are you open to keeping your mind active and alert? Are you ready for a “mind adventure” and a little personal enrichment or career advancement?
To help the state’s vibrant and growing Hispanic population access news they can use, AARP Connecticut is expanding its Spanish-language content online, on the air and at local events.
Colorado’s first bilingual Tax-Aide site at Centro San Juan Diego, 2830 Lawrence St, is in its fifth year of offering tax preparation for Spanish speakers, or taxpayers who just feel more comfortable working with a tax preparer or volunteer in Spanish.
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