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Retirement Planning on the Move

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New AARP COVID-19 Dashboard

AARP has created a new COVID-19 dashboard and will continue to accumulate data and shine a light on the tragedy befalling nursing home residents to make policy and lawmakers accountable to the crisis.

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Seniors Try and Stay Social While maintaining Socially Distance

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Five Important Facts About Dementia Caregiving

Dementia including the prevalence of Alzheimer's Disease in the American population is creating difficult caregiving experiences for the family members who are responsible for providing care.

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Ten Organizations Providing Resources for Seniors Who Live Alone

If you are older and already living independently or are planning to do so, Aging In Place provides a list of ten resources that can help you do so safely and successfully.

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The Strategy in Medicaid Crisis Planning

Medicaid crisis planning is a strategy that can help you qualify for Medicaid without experiencing financial ruin.

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Long-Term Care Health Insurance is Experiencing a Collapse

Estimates predict that about 50 percent of older adults will require long-term care at some stage of their lives.

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Technology Helps Seniors Combat Loneliness During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Even in normal circumstances, adults in senior living communities and long-term care facilities combat loneliness and some degree of isolation, which is linked to anxiety, depression, cardiovascular disease, and other ailments.

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Ten Myths About Alzheimer's Disease

Polling shows that the number one worry of Americans as they age is memory loss, outpacing fears of insufficient money or loneliness.

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Understand What it Means to Be a Fiduciary

If you are named as a guardian, executor of a person’s will, trustee, or power of attorney, the law calls you a “fiduciary.”

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