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an association of people to promote the welfare of senior citizens

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To receive a nomination form by e-mail or mail, contact Jo Park, Associate State Director at AARP New York at jpark@aarp.
18, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AARP announced today the launch of its AARP TEK Academy, a free, easy-to-use online classroom designed to help 50-plus Americans get the most out of technology to connect with family and friends, explore employment opportunities, access health information, enjoy entertainment and more.
The AARP study comes at a time when projections show that by 2012, nearly 20 percent of the workforce will be age 55 or older, a jump from under 13 percent in 2000.
In this issue of AARP The Magazine, the AARP Fraud Watch Network shares the story of Amy* (name changed to protect her identity) who lost over $300,000 in the course of three months to an online scammer who posed as a potential love interest.
There is a growing need for affordable dental insurance for older Americans, as part of one's healthcare coverage supporting overall health and wellness," said Dawn Sweeney, president of AARP Services, Inc.
Taken together, the AARP Livability Index, which uses more than 50 national sources of data, provides the clearest picture yet of how well a community meets the current and future needs of people of all ages.
AARP Medicare Complete by UnitedHealthcare does not have an annual deductible and offers access to a broad list of prescription drugs and pharmacies.
The collaborative online career channel, which links directly to the AARP homepage, also offers the ability to post resumes, a variety of shared resources, and advice from Linda Wiener, Monster's age issues expert whose articles include "Ageism at the Interview.
AARP Bulletin provides essential information about a new flu shot that can better protect people from contracting the flu virus.
85 House Democrats publicly quit AARP or swore not to join, and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi declared that the organization was "in the pocket" of Republicans--quite an about-face for an organization that Trent Lott derided only last year as "a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Democratic Party.
After 1985, the (number of) people working over 65 has inched up every year,'' said John Gist, AARP author of ``Beyond 50: A Report to the Nation on Economic Security.
The Headquarters facility includes offices to house the entire AARP headquarters staff of 1,050, a data center, a printing facility, a broadcast studio, a visitors center, a retail pharmacy and an employee cafeteria.
We are taking our relationship to a new level on behalf of our members representing America's growing population of people over 50," said AARP Chief Executive Officer A.
3, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --In the December/January 2016 issue of AARP The Magazine, readers at home and online will enjoy anexclusive celebrity cover interview with actress Diane Keaton , star of the upcoming holiday movie Love the Coopers.
But inside AARP's lavish headquarters, staff members are trying hard to keep the lid on a secret many Washington insiders already suspect: The AARP is losing membership fast, and as a result, is losing its ability to take strong political positions.