We often point out that family caregivers give a great deal to help their loved ones stay independent and remain in their homes.
The Caregiver Outreach Program is expanding services for a growing list of 211 networks – identifying caregivers and matching them with resources.
AARP is committed to making sure older Americans have access to affordable high-speed internet, no matter where they live.
As part of our ongoing fraud prevention work, AARP has collaborated with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on a series of events designed to spotlight the growing problem of investor fraud and help older investors and family caregivers spot and avoid financial scams.
AARP's Nancy LeaMond profiles some recent victories for the 50-plus that deserve attention, like the extension of Medicare's telehealth coverage.
Across the country, women of all ages are falling behind their male peers on the road to a financially secure retirement.
Americans were hit hard by investment scams in 2021, with losses reaching nearly 1.5 billion dollars across more than 20,000 victims, finds a recent report from the FBI. This continues the stark increases in both victims and financial losses, with roughly 12,000 more victims and more than 1.1…
As 2021 wrapped, I, like many, took some time to reflect on the year.
Americans are sick and tired of paying the highest prices in the world for their medications. Fortunately, the House of Representatives recently unveiled the text of the Build Back Better Act, which represents a huge step towards helping seniors afford the prescription drugs that they need. The…
The pandemic has put a spotlight on the connection between women’s role as CAREGIVERS and their economic security. We’ve heard a lot about women leaving the workforce to help children with virtual learning or take care of pre-schoolers when day care centers closed. But there’s another reality that…
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