Sep 29, 2023Court Decision Denying Injunction to Pause Medicare Negotiation Is Critical Step to Lowering Drug Prices
“The court’s decision to allow Medicare drug price negotiations to move forward is welcome news. Pausing Medicare negotiations would have risked billions of dollars in savings for taxpayers...
- Sep 28, 2023Exclusives From AARP The Magazine: Kyra Sedgwick On Her Relationship With Kevin Bacon, Diana Nyad On Being A Better Swimmer In Her 60s Than In Her 20s, Never-Before-Seen Photos And Artifacts From Bob Dylan’s Private Collection, And Martha Stewart On Staying CuriousPlus: Beautiful Winter Vacation Spots Off-The-Beaten-Path; and New Medical Breakthroughs Changing The Future For Older Americans
The October/November issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM) gives readers a closer look into the lives of their favorite celebrities while revealing some of the biggest trends of 2023.
Sep 28, 2023New AARP Scorecard: Minnesota and Washington State Top Rankings for Long-Term Care Services and Supports for Older Americans, Including Family CaregiversReport Finds Systemic Gaps in Nursing Homes, Home and Community Based-Care, and Support for Family Caregivers
AARP’s new Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Scorecard finds that more than three years after the COVID-19 pandemic began, care provided in the United States for older adults and people with disabilities is painfully inadequate. The report finds that major gaps persist in every state, especially related to support for family caregivers, the long-term care workforce, equity in nursing homes, and emergency preparedness.
Sep 26, 2023AARP Announces 2024 Purpose Prize® Award Winners and Fellows; Gary Sinise to Receive Honorary Purpose Prize$50K Awards Will Be Presented to Five Winners and Their Organizations That Lead Extraordinary Missions in Their Communities
AARP Announces 2024 Purpose Prize® Award Winners and Fellows; Gary Sinise to Receive Honorary Purpose Prize
- Sep 21, 2023EXCLUSIVE: Henry Winkler Shares How Self-Reinvention (and His Friendship with Adam Sandler) Led To His First Primetime EmmyThe beloved actor, producer and author reveals his battles to overcome the Fonz and a lifetime of dyslexia to achieve some of his greatest success and happiness
Actor, comedian, producer, and author Henry Winkler is more than his iconic legacy as The Fonz. In the October/November issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM), the television star opens up about his journey to escaping the beloved Happy Days character’s shadow, reclaiming his identity, and rejuvenating his career after years of typecasting.
Sep 18, 2023AARP to Federal Court: Derailing the Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program Will Harm Millions of Older Americans
AARP and AARP Foundation submitted an amicus brief for consideration today in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, urging the court to dismiss Merck & Co.’s lawsuit challenging Medicare’s historic new authority to negotiate lower prescription drug prices.
- Sep 15, 2023AARP Studios’ Documentary The Hidden Power of Purpose Sheds Light on Important Key to Living Longer and HealthierNarrated by Debbie Allen, The Hidden Power of Purpose to premiere at Heartland International Film Festival and be featured at Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, Downtown LA Film Festival
Today, AARP announced its latest feature-length documentary film, The Hidden Power of Purpose, narrated by five-time Emmy Award winner Debbie Allen.
Sep 1, 2023
AARP Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer Nancy LeaMond issued the following statement in response to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services proposal to require federal minimum staffing levels in nursing homes.
Aug 30, 2023AARP Survey Reveals Opportunities for Older Adults to Increase Disaster Preparedness and Stay Actively Informed During an EmergencyOnly 1 in 5 older adults have downloaded disaster preparedness apps, signed up for text message notifications or followed national disaster resources on social media
A majority of older adults have not taken steps to ensure they receive information during a disaster and are more likely to be unprepared if a disaster strikes, according to a new AARP survey.
- Aug 29, 2023Special Reports from the September AARP Bulletin: Recovering Money Lost to Fraud; Faster, Easier Bank Loans; the Truth About Mini-Strokes; a New Form of Eldercare; plus Older Adults’ Impact in America
The September issue of AARP Bulletin offers readers the latest consumer news updates and stories, from how scammed money could be recovered to the ways older adults are shaping American industries.