Money, Not Study, For Nursing Home Oversight; Advocates Urge $20M In State Budget for Ombudsman Program

Advocates for the aging are calling on Governor Kathy Hochul to better fund—rather than further study—the State’s independent nursing home oversight program in the wake of over 15,000 nursing home COVID deaths so far during the pandemic. Continue Reading →

From Harlem To Hollis Most Small Businesses Support Strengthening NY’s Retirement Savings Program

About four in five small businesses in New York (79%) agree on legislation to empower as many as 2.5 million private-sector workers. Continue Reading →

Non-Parent Relatives & Family Friends Caring For Children Gain Legal Standing In NYS

Non-parent relatives and family friends – disproportionately African American and mostly grandparents. Continue Reading →

Seven Tips For Having Your Car Towed

Our cars make it convenient to get wherever we need to go. Continue Reading →

Pandemic Stress Puts Renewed Emphasis On Inner Health And Self-Care Among Black And Latina Women

AARP announced today the results of its annual survey, Mirror/Mirror: Women’s Reflections on Beauty, Age and Media™. Continue Reading →

AARP, Organizations Of Color Urge Overdue Boost In NYS Funding For Non-Parent Relatives Raising Children

Non-parent relatives raising children in New York – disproportionately African American and mostly grandparents – face multiple disparities while performing an already tough task. Continue Reading →

For The Third Year In A Row, AARP Named One Of The World’s Most Ethical Companies

AARP, the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people from Harlem to Hawaii to choose how they live as they age, has been recognized by Ethisphere. Continue Reading →

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