About 45 AARP members from Harlem will board a bus on June 4th, 6:00-6:30 a.m, 2019, at 2225 Adam Clayton Boulevard (at 132nd Street; Williams Institute) to Albany and urge state lawmakers – before this year’s legislative session ends June 19, 2019 – to pass the bill.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams today announced landmark progress in his efforts to tackle the city’s affordable housing crisis and connect New Yorkers to safe, high-quality, affordable homes.
About 1.1 million New York households are missing out on help to pay their utility bills, and AARP New York and the Public Utility Law Project (PULP) today.
Residents of nursing homes, assisted living and other adult care facilities from Harlem to Hollis file thousands of complaints a year ranging from gross neglect.
Nearly 80% of nursing homes and other adult care facilities from Harlem to Hollis didn’t receive a single visit from the state’s federally-required oversight program.
Over 96% of New York City’s nursing homes and other adult care facilities failed to receive a single visit from New York’s federally-required adult care oversight program in the first three months of this year.
New York’s utility customers footed a nearly $19 million bill for their utility companies’ expenses in pushing the latest round of rate hikes – on those very same customers.
Today AARP announced the results of its annual survey, Mirror/Mirror: Women’s Reflections on Beauty, Age and Media™.
Advocates for nursing home residents today praised state lawmakers for passing legislation to strengthen New York’s nursing home oversight program.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced that the first annual Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Cultural and Heritage Parade in New York City will be held on May 15, 2022.
New York State’s most powerful voting bloc wants better wages for home care workers, more access to services that help older adults age in their own homes.
About four in five small businesses in New York (79%) agree on legislation to empower as many as 2.5 million private-sector workers.
Non-parent relatives and family friends – disproportionately African American and mostly grandparents.
Today, the New York State Senate passed Sammy’s Law (S.524-A/A.4655-A) sponsored by State Senator Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Richard Gottfried.
AARP New York is opening the search for its next State President, a volunteer role that leads the organization’s state Executive Council.