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AARP WI is fighting to lower prescription drug costs, support family caregivers, and make it easier for workers to save for retirement. Get involved now!
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Wisconsin for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
Join us for this free virtual Seminar—which you can watch from your computer—to learn about the Social Security retirement process, what questions you may want to ask, and factors you should consider before claiming.
How can you build skills that could help you stay competitive in your current job or find a new job?
Join us for this free come-and go-event to explore skill-building resources, connect with peers, and hear tips from employment experts and thought leaders.
How can you who learn who qualifies for Social Security benefits in your family? What will you learn at our webinar?
Join AARP for Part II of our FREE webinar series on Social Security benefits to find out who qualifies in your family and how to make the most of your benefit options.
If you're looking for extra support services for someone who is aging or has a disability, an Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) in your county can be an extremely helpful resource.
Many Americans and Wisconsinites alike struggle to access affordable health systems in their daily lives. Medicare offers a solution to this problem, providing affordable health care for individuals 65+, plus people with disabilities. Medicare covers more than 64 million seniors across the country including 1.2 million Wisconsinites.
The Social Security Administration was founded in 1935 to secure American’s economic health. Its goal is to help retired workers pay for the necessary expenses they may come across in their post-work lives. In the 87 years that Social Security has been established, it has remained strong. There has been a plethora of funding and support from the American citizens.
Liz Buser with the AARP Fraud Watch Network™ joined us to chat about support and resources available for fraud prevention as well as for those who have been the victim of a scam.
AARP Wisconsin thanks Senator Tammy Baldwin for historic vote toward real relief on prescription drug pricing. The bill allows Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices and caps out-of-pocket spending on medications for seniors in Medicare plans.
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