DEC 1, 2022
As the holidays approach—and with them the season of charitable giving—AARP West Virginia is urging residents to be on guard against shady charities and criminals who exploit people’s generosity.
APR 21, 2020
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NOV 28, 2022
All voters must present an approved ID if they cast their ballots in person at the polls.
NOV 13, 2022
Guest Column by Dr. Steven Eshenaur
On behalf of more than 250,000 members in the Mountain State, and all West Virginians 50+ and their families, AARP’s state legislative priorities in 2022 are focused on expanding home and community-based services to make sure people have choice in how they live as they age, expanding access to high speed internet service, protecting older West Virginians against fraud and financial exploitation, and ensuring that individuals of all ages have the financial resilience to take control of their retirement.
This article was submitted a guest commentator. The article focuses on diminishing caregiver stress during the holidays. The article was submitted by Jane Marks, AARP West Virginia State President.
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