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AARP Washington

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NOV 20, 2023
Underutilized government assistance benefits help households save money
The names of the first 10 Medicare drugs whose prices the federal government will negotiate directly with manufacturers were released Aug. 29. Popular but pricey blood thinners, diabetes medications, cancer treatments make historic list.
NOV 15, 2023
Washington's "Caring for Caregivers" video podcast series features discussions with local experts, community leaders, and caregivers just like you on a range of topics to help you along your caregiving journey.
AARP Washington is urging eligible residents across the state to sign up for high-speed internet discounts available under the federal Affordable Connectivity Program.
Last year, approximately 1 in 4 Washingtonians age 45 and over provided care to an adult relative or friend, according to an AARP survey.
Having a plan and right supplies can make all the difference as winter weather approaches. Learn what you need to know from FEMA.
Remaining Gaps in Washington include a need for a more robust long-term care workforce and a lack of access to adult day services  
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Come have lunch with us and find out what AARP means in your community. Former weatherman, family caregiver and AARP volunteer Stu Seibel hosts the program, along with AARP State Director Marguerite Ro.
AARP Washington is pleased to announce the appointment of Seattle resident Brenda Charles-Edwards to its statewide Executive Council. The AARP Washington Executive Council is a volunteer leadership committee that helps set the Association’s strategic direction and activities on behalf of nearly 900,000 members in the state.
With nearly 900,000 members here in Washington state and more than 38 million members nationwide, AARP is sure to ring a bell with most Washington adults. However, with an organization of this size, AARP means many different things to many different people. As the volunteer president of AARP, I'd like to take this opportunity to tell you a little bit more about our organization and to provide you with some helpful contacts.
The need for family caregivers continues to rise in Washington, as the state contends with an aging population and a shortage of home care workers.
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