THE AARP BULLETIN Help for Family Caregivers in Oregon Yvonne Smith knows the physical, mental and emotional toll family caregivers… Read more New Front Page
The city of Talent has spent nearly 30 years turning its downtown into a thriving community where people can get the amenities and services they need regardless of their age. It still has some work to do and is turning to AARP Oregon’s Livable Communities Initiative for help.
AARP Oregon and other groups behind city-managed Vision Zero Task Forces push for safety measures that could eliminate pedestrian fatalities.
AARP Oregon’s Scam Jams target financial exploitation by teaching seniors about scammers and ways they can avoid being ripped off.
AARP’s Tax Aide program helps seniors and other low-income individuals save hundreds of dollars by making sure they get every tax deduction they deseve.
Doctors, pharmacists urge seniors to pay attention to the prescription drugs they take and what side effects those drugs may have if they want to avoid a negative interaction.
Prineville-based “Military Honors by the Pipes” performs bagpipe music at veterans’ funerals so these heroes can get the sendoff they deserve.
Health care providers say the baby boomers have driven a shift that has given patients and their family members more tools when it comes to limiting their medical treatments, preserving their quality of life and taking control of their fate.
Sixty-two Deschutes County homeowners took out a reverse mortgage on their property in 2014. This represents a 59 percent increase in volume from the previous year that comes at a time when the state and the country’s overall reverse mortgage volume has been on the decline.
Living the Alzheimer’s Story By Mac McLean Christine H. Jones grabbed a copy of “Still Alice” from her coffee table… Read more Living the Alzheimer’s Story