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  • Nov 22, 2022
    The iconic, award-winning actress on taking creative liberty in her roles, wrangling horses, the joys of being in a Western, and finally having her own action figure

    Helen Mirren may be known for her dramatic roles, several of them playing British royalty, but the 77-year-old Emmy-, Tony-, and Academy Award-winning actress remains game to take on new challenges. AARP The Magazine (ATM) caught up with Mirren in Butte, Montana, where she is filming the Western TV series 1923, with whom she co-stars with Harrison Ford (the series premieres December 18, 2022 on Paramount+) to discuss her impressions of America, horse riding, and the many talents she has developed throughout her expansive career.

  • Nov 22, 2022
    Report underscores the importance of knowing how to spot a scam this holiday season

    A new AARP Fraud Watch NetworkTM report is highlighting the ways criminals may target holiday shoppers this year. Three out of four U.S. consumers have experienced or been targeted by at least one form of fraud that can be tied to the holidays, including end-of-year charitable donation requests (39%), purchasing an item through an online ad (35%) and receiving fake notifications about shipping issues (29%).

  • Nov 17, 2022
    AARP released the findings of a post-election survey of voters from the 63 most competitive congressional districts in 2022.

    WASHINGTON—Today, AARP released the findings of a post-election survey of voters from the 63 most competitive congressional districts in 2022. The survey findings reveal the concerns and...

  • Nov 14, 2022

    AARP Foundation is pleased to announce Claire Casey as its next president after an extensive nationwide search. As president, Casey will lead the Foundation’s strategic direction and efforts to achieve its audacious vision of a country free of poverty where no older person feels vulnerable through bold, innovative solutions that help struggling older adults build economic opportunity and social connectedness.

  • Nov 12, 2022

    WASHINGTON—The following is a statement from Nancy LeaMond, AARP Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer about age and elected officials: “A candidate’s...

  • Nov 10, 2022
    Economic power of the 50-plus is transforming economies and generating opportunities for every generation around the world.

    The 50-plus population’s contribution to global gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to more than double over the next 30 years, with significant growth occurring throughout this decade, according to AARP’s new Global Longevity Economy® Outlook.

  • Nov 4, 2022
    AARP and GEDC videos provide action steps for providers, patients and family caregivers to better identify and manage issues related to brain health in the emergency room

    AARP and the Geriatric Emergency Department Collaborative (GEDC) have teamed up to release two short educational videos about dementia care and the risks of delirium, or sudden confusion, in the emergency room.

  • Nov 4, 2022

    AARP welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors, Alan Murray, Marie Quintero-Johnson and David Windley.

  • Nov 1, 2022
    Survey of adults age 30 and older shows increased worry about personal finances and uncertainty about the future

    New AARP research found that 33% of adults age 30 and older said their financial situation is worse than it was a year ago, up from 22% in January. And 35% of adults age 65 and older said their financial situation is worse, up from 13% in January – a startling 169% increase.

  • November 2022 Issue of The Bulletin
    Oct 26, 2022
    PLUS: The Growing Shortage of In-Home Caregiving Workers

    Health experts predict a rise in COVID-19 and flu cases this winter, and due to immune system changes that happen as we age, older adults are especially vulnerable. This month, AARP Bulletin shares the precautions needed to stay one step ahead of these diseases and stay healthy.

  • Oct 18, 2022
    Reframing Aging Through Images highlights need for more positive portrayals of aging adults in media.

    AARP and the FrameWorks Institute released a new study “Reframing Aging Through Images” that concluded communicators of all types have the power to shape people’s attitudes around aging simply based on the images they utilize.

  • Oct 13, 2022

    WASHINGTON—AARP Chief Executive Officer Jo Ann Jenkins released the following statement in response to today’s announcement of the 2023 cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) in Social Security...

  • Oct 12, 2022

    The National Museum of the American Latino has announced a $1 million gift from AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired Persons) to support the development of the museum. This major...

  • Oct 4, 2022
    AARP report shows how COVID-19 led to skyrocketing instances of financial exploitation and how financial institutions can combat its lingering effects

    The rate of financial exploitation targeting older adults has more than doubled since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report from AARP. In the report, experts identify how the pandemic created new trends in financial exploitation—some of which are likely here to stay. The report also offers guidance on how the financial industry can combat future losses for millions of older Americans.

  • Oct 4, 2022

    Less than 40 days before the midterm elections, an overwhelming majority of women voters age 50 and over say they are certain to vote this November (94%), however half (51%) of this swing voter group say they have still not decided which candidates to support, according to a new AARP poll released today. Among these voters in a generic congressional ballot, Republican and Democrat candidates are tied.

  • Sep 30, 2022
    AARP Foundation and AARP to match contributions, dollar for dollar, up to $1,000,000

    AARP Foundation today announced a relief fund to support victims of Hurricanes Ian and Fiona. AARP Foundation and AARP will match contributions, dollar for dollar, up to $1,000,000. One hundred percent of all funds will be directed to organizations providing relief and assistance to those in need.

  • October 2022 issue of The Bulletin
    Sep 28, 2022
    Learn the Smart Money Moves to Help Protect Your Finances in the October Issue’s Cover Story

    For those who are rattled by daily news reports on the stock market, inflation, energy prices and housing costs, AARP Bulletin shares this reassuring suite of tips: Avoid the noise, rein in unneeded spending, hold off on any big financial move, and instead focus on the long term.

  • Sep 28, 2022
    AARP Foundation Attorneys Join Chicago Law Firms and Equip for Equality to Represent Residents Accusing Nursing Facility Chain of Putting Profits Over Resident Care

    Residents of six area nursing facilities filed a class action suit against the Alden Group, one of the largest health care providers for older adults in Illinois, seeking to end chronic and intentional understaffing at the facilities.

  • Sep 27, 2022
    Lower Premiums and Deductibles Will Help Seniors with Rising Costs Due to Inflation

    The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the 2023 premiums and deductibles for the Medicare Part B programs earlier today. Medicare Part B premiums will decrease by $5.20 to $164.90 next year, and deductibles will decrease $7 to $226. AARP had called for CMS to lower Part B premiums following a decline in the price and coverage of Aduhelm, which accounted for half of the premium increase in 2022.

  • Sep 26, 2022
    Plus: Award Winning Artist Patti LaBelle Gives Life Advice; Our Annual List of Medical Breakthroughs That Are Changing Everyday Lives; The Best Winter Travel Destinations; and an Exclusive Look at the Plight of Ukraine’s Elderly During War

    This fall, the October/November 2022 issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM) reflects on the maturity and changes, both in life and career, that come with age. Cover Feature and comedic genius Adam Sandler compares his mentality and confidence to his younger self just starting in the comedy scene, and how he now views the up-and-coming prodigies.

  • Sep 22, 2022
    Nearly 500 Actions Would Support 48 Million Americans Caring for Parents, Spouses and Other Adults

    The Department of Health and Human Services yesterday released a national strategy to support family caregivers who care for loved ones of all ages. The RAISE (Recognize, Assist, Include, Support, and Engage) Family Caregiving Advisory Council—comprised of family caregivers, health and long-term providers, and others—and the Advisory Council to Support Grandparents Raising Grandchildren developed the strategy.

  • Adam Sandler is AARP The Magazine's October/November cover star.
    Sep 21, 2022
    While renowned for his comic genius, the award-winning actor and producer dives into the inspiration behind the recent success of his dramatic projects, his strategies when it comes to raising his daughters, and future plans for both on and off the stage

    Well into his sixth decade, Adam Sandler is a man of many titles – slapstick comedian, SNL alum, serious actor, movie producer, doting parent, ardent hoopster, perpetual kid and loyal pal. AARP The Magazine (ATM) caught up with Sandler (whose new project You Are SO Not Invited to my Bat Mitzvah! just finished filming this August) to discuss his expansive career and reasons behind his recent and successful pivot into the dramatic films.

  • September 2022 issue of the Bulletin.
    Aug 30, 2022
    AARP Has Led The Charge to Lower Prescription Prices

    With the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act, a historic new law will finally bring significant relief from high drug prices. This month, the AARP Bulletin cover story guides readers through how the legislation will help older Americans.

  • Aug 24, 2022
    Two Thirds of Respondents Say They Experience Work-Place Discrimination that Impacts Their Earnings Potential

    In its annual survey, Mirror/Mirror: Women’s Reflections on Beauty, Age and Media™ AARP reveals that women of all ages experience work-place discrimination regularly, and that discriminatory practices at work impact their earning potential as well as their financial health.

  • Aug 16, 2022
    New Law Will Lower Prescription Drug Prices for Seniors and Limit Medicare Plan Out-of-Pocket Costs

    AARP issued a statement from Jo Ann Jenkins, AARP Chief Executive Officer, after President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.

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