2 hours ago

“Vote4Medicaid” Movement Ramps Up for 2018 Elections

“Vote4Medicaid” Movement Ramps Up for 2018 Elections

    "Vote4Medicaid" Movement Ramps Up for 2018 Elections - AdvocacyDenver
    An Interview with Catherine Strode A movement is underway across the state to build a broad coalition of people who will register to vote and elect pro Medicaid and pro disability candidates. The goal is to elect candidates, both at the state and national level, who will not cut vital supports that enable community living ...
    https://www.advocacydenver.org

2 hours ago

How One Man With No Restaurant Experience Launched a Denver Brunch Favorite

Jelly is located at 200 E 13th Avenue, Denver. It is open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Monday.

    How One Man With No Restaurant Experience Launched a Denver Brunch Favorite
    When you ask Jelly owner Josh Epps why he decided to open a restaurant when he had no experience, he smiles and tells you, "Because we had no idea how fuckin' difficult it would be." Opening a restaurant isn't easy - menu pricing, staffing and equipment are just a few things to consider before the doors even open.
    https://303magazine.com

3 hours ago

Care-FULL Conversations: Hospice and Palliative Care Podcast

Today, I want to chat about a philosophy and model of health care that offers tremendous hope to patients and families confronted by the daunting challenges of chronic and/or terminal illness—palliative care—an unfamiliar term for most folks. But you’ve probably heard of hospice care, right? Well, hospice is a specific type of palliative care. Now I realize the word “hospice” may have you reaching for the mute button. The idea of hospice – end of life care—is frightening to most people. But it’s vitally important for you and your family to understand what hospice has to offer. Then, you can make an informed decision instead of merely reacting out of fear. So find a cozy spot. Pour a cup of coffee. And RELAX. It’s time to chat!

    Care-FULL Conversations: Hospice and Palliative Care Podcast -
    Today, I want to chat about a philosophy and model of health care that offers tremendous hope to patients and families confronted by the daunting challenges of chronic and/or terminal illness-palliative care-an unfamiliar term for most folks. But you've probably heard of hospice care, right? Well, hospice is a specific type of palliative care.
    https://states.aarp.org

3 hours ago

Civic Center Conservancy shared Denver's Civi...

Join us tonight - let's make beautiful music together! #TreeofTransformation in Denver's Civic Center Park Enjoy food & drink from Sugardash & Doppios Coffee. http://bit.ly/2AJKnTF

    Civic Center Art in the Park: Tree of Transformation
    A walk in Denver's Civic Center Park will soon include an interactive art display! Join the Civic Center Conservancy to celebrate the unveiling of Civic...
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5 hours ago

New Orleans CarFit Event Helps Improve Comfort and Safety “Fit” for Senior Drivers

To help the 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day and all senior drivers find a better “fit” with their cars for comfort and safety, mobility  experts are hosting a safety program designed to help older drivers and their families. CarFit is national program developed by AAA, AARP and the American Occupational Therapy Association and is designed to give a quick, yet comprehensive check on how well an older driver and their vehicle work together.

    New Orleans CarFit Event Helps Improve Comfort and Safety "Fit" for Senior Drivers -
    To help the 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day and all senior drivers find a better "fit" with their cars for comfort and safety, mobility experts are hosting a safety program designed to help older drivers and their families.
    https://states.aarp.org

5 hours ago

Critical care customers get added protections from utility shutoffs

From the Michigan Public Service Commission

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    From the Michigan Public Service Commission There are new protections from utility shutoffs for households with someone who needs life-sustaining medical care. Updated utility billing rules approved recently by the Michigan Public Service Commission add gas and electric shut-off protections for critical care customers who have difficulty paying their utility bills.
    https://states.aarp.org

6 hours ago

From Jewelry to Jelly – How One Man With No Restaurant Experience Launched a Denver Brunch Favorite

Jelly is located at 200 E 13th Avenue, Denver. It is open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Monday.

    From Jewelry to Jelly - How One Man With No Restaurant Experience Launched a Denver Brunch Favorite
    When you ask Jelly owner Josh Epps why he decided to open a restaurant when he had no experience, he smiles and tells you, "Because we had no idea how fuckin' difficult it would be." Opening a restaurant isn't easy - menu pricing, staffing and equipment are just a few things to consider before the doors even open.
    https://303magazine.com

11 hours ago

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16 hours ago

This cupcake is so cute you ALMOST don't want...

This cupcake is so cute you ALMOST don't want to eat it.... almost! 🍰

    Steuben's Uptown
    This cupcake is so cute you ALMOST don't want to eat it.... almost! 🍰
    https://www.facebook.com

21 hours ago

AARP Volunteers Lobby for Kupuna at the Hawai’i Legislature

AARP volunteers and State Director Barbara Kim Stanton take a photo in the halls of the state Capitol with Rep. Gregg Takayama and Rep. Ken Ito.

    AARP Volunteers Lobby for Kupuna at the Hawai'i Legislature -
    Our AARP Hawai'i volunteers are active and visible in their red shirts as the 2018 Legislature gets underway. We're working to make sure that the interests of people 50+ are heard and to push for bills that will make life better for kupuna, caregivers and people of all ages.
    https://states.aarp.org

24 hours ago

‘Golden Girls’ win AARP Kentucky’s Age Friendly City Award

Middle-school students Madie Alderdice, Kayla Aldridge, Lexie Mathis, Jenna Shupe, and Connor Thomas, otherwise known as the “Golden Girls” from Graves County, KY took home AARP Kentucky’s Age Friendly City Award at the 2017-2018 Future City Competition.

    'Golden Girls' win AARP Kentucky's Age Friendly City Award -
    Middle-school students Madie Alderdice, Kayla Aldridge, Lexie Mathis, Jenna Shupe, and Connor Thomas, otherwise known as the "Golden Girls" from Graves County, KY took home AARP Kentucky's Age Friendly City Award at the 2017-2018 Future City Competition. The Future City Competition starts with a question-how can we make the world a better place?
    https://states.aarp.org

24 hours ago

Free Tax Preparation from AARP Foundation Tax-Aide

Tax season is upon us and so is the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program!

    Free Tax Preparation from AARP Foundation Tax-Aide -
    Tax season is upon us and so is the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program! Tax-Aide offers free, individualized tax preparation for low- to moderate income taxpayers, especially those 50 and older, at several locations across the Granite State. All tax counselors are volunteers that are trained by the IRS to provide free tax preparation services.
    https://states.aarp.org

26 hours ago

AARP The Magazine Announces Nominees for the 17th Annual Movies for Grownups® Awards

The Best Movies for Grownups to be Honored at the Annual Awards in Los Angeles on Monday, February 5, hosted by Actor Alan Cumming.

    AARP The Magazine Announces Nominees for the 17th Annual Movies for Grownups® Awards -
    The Best Movies for Grownups to be Honored at the Annual Awards in Los Angeles on Monday, February 5, hosted by Actor Alan Cumming. WASHINGTON, DC-AARP The Magazine is pleased to announce the nominees for the upcoming 17th Annual Movies for Grownups® Awards, with Get Out, Lady Bird, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Shape of Water and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri contending in the Best Picture/Best Movie for Grownups category.
    https://states.aarp.org

27 hours ago

Civic Center Conservancy shared Denver's Civi...

Our #TreeofTransformation is part of a larger discussion we're joining today about temporary #art in #Denver on #Twitter - follow #InsideDenver to tune in at noon.

    Denver's Civic Center Park
    Denver's Civic Center Park, Denver, CO. 11,818 likes · 309 talking about this · 118,277 were here. Located at the crossroads of government, culture, commerce and community, Denver's Civic Center Park...
    https://www.facebook.com

28 hours ago

A Matter of Fairness

By Marie Houghton, AARP Vermont State President

    A Matter of Fairness -
    By Marie Houghton, AARP Vermont State President 1984 was a big year in Vermont and beyond. Madeline Kunin was elected Vermont's first woman governor, Apple unveiled the Mac PC, and Phish played at Nectors each week. It's also the year Vermonters began paying taxes on their Social Security benefits.
    https://states.aarp.org

28 hours ago

The Caregiver’s Cairn: A New Year—New Opportunities

Jane Barton

    The Caregiver's Cairn: A New Year-New Opportunities -
    Greetings one and all... I find it hard to believe that 2017 is coming to a rapid close. However, ready or not, the New Year dawns in a few days. Consequently, as is my ritual every year, I am reflecting on the past year as well as planning for the New Year.
    https://states.aarp.org

30 hours ago

Governor Sununu, Senator Carson, and Representative Wall Named Capitol Caregivers

To recognize their integral work to support family caregivers in New Hampshire, AARP names Governor Chris Sununu, Senator Sharon Carson and Representative Janet Wall as 2017 Capitol Caregivers, joining a bipartisan group of nearly 100 elected officials from more than 30 states.  These leaders have advanced policies to support New Hampshire’s family caregivers who help their parents, spouses and other loved ones live independently at home and in the community – where they want to be.

    Governor Sununu, Senator Carson, and Representative Wall Named Capitol Caregivers -
    To recognize their integral work to support family caregivers in New Hampshire, AARP names Governor Chris Sununu, Senator Sharon Carson and Representative Janet Wall as 2017 Capitol Caregivers, joining a bipartisan group of nearly 100 elected officials from more than 30 states.
    https://states.aarp.org

36 hours ago

42 hours ago

It's burger and a beer night and Sung made BB...

It's burger and a beer night and Sung made BBQ sweet potato chips to go with it! Stephen made roasted celery root with parsnip-cashew cream , raisin caper herb relish, vadouvan butter and oranges Hillary has wood oven roasted delicata squash, warm gorgonzola and candied pecans.

    Potager Restaurant
    It's burger and a beer night and Sung made BBQ sweet potato chips to go with it! Stephen made roasted celery root with parsnip-cashew cream , raisin caper herb relish, vadouvan butter and oranges...
    https://www.facebook.com

43 hours ago

AARP Explores Utility and Functionality of Tech Platforms Designed for Family Caregivers

Study focuses on smartphone apps for care coordination, emergency response systems, and online services for in-home aide selection. Report conducted by Project Catalyst group comprised of founding members AARP, Pfizer, UnitedHealthcare, MedStar Health, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

    AARP Explores Utility and Functionality of Tech Platforms Designed for Family Caregivers -
    Study focuses on smartphone apps for care coordination, emergency response systems, and online services for in-home aide selection. Report conducted by Project Catalyst group comprised of founding members AARP, Pfizer, UnitedHealthcare, MedStar Health, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
    https://states.aarp.org

43 hours ago

The Most Affordable (and fun) Continuing Education Classes

NEW KNOWLEDGE ADVENTURES IS BACK FOR THE 2018 SPRING SEMESTER

    The Most Affordable (and fun) Continuing Education Classes -
    NEW KNOWLEDGE ADVENTURES IS BACK FOR THE 2018 SPRING SEMESTER New Knowledge Adventures (NKA) is a lifelong continuing education program for older adults designed to offer exceptional learning, exploration and fellowship opportunities in a comfortable and non-competitive academic surrounding.
    https://states.aarp.org

43 hours ago

We’re Hiring! Associate State Director, Advocacy and Outreach

Position Announcement: Associate State Director, Advocacy & Outreach

    We're Hiring! Associate State Director, Advocacy and Outreach -
    Position Announcement: Associate State Director, Advocacy & Outreach About AARP Montana: From Sydney to Superior, AARP Montana has a local presence in communities across Big Sky Country. Whether through Driver Safety, Tax-Aide or community groups, AARP members, staff & volunteers are helping Montana's 50-plus live their best lives.
    https://states.aarp.org

45 hours ago

AARP Lauds Governor for Plan to Help Millions of Middle Class NYers Save for Retirement at Work

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    AARP Lauds Governor for Plan to Help Millions of Middle Class NYers Save for Retirement at Work -
    Voluntary Workplace Retirement Savings Option Could Help Millions, Especially Communities of Color; AARP Urges Lawmakers to Include in Final Budget ALBANY, N.Y.
    https://states.aarp.org

2 days ago

Snack time!🙌

Snack time!🙌

    Steuben's Uptown
    Snack time!🙌
    https://www.facebook.com

2 days ago

1/17 Scam Alert: Is that subscription really free?

1/17 Scam Alert

    1/17 Scam Alert: Is that subscription really free? -
    1/17 Scam Alert Free trial offers often lure you into accepting a free product or subscription, but require you to cancel after receiving your offer. When you don't cancel, you receive more product, and you're stuck with the bill. Often the fine print makes it very difficult to cancel in time to avoid a charge.
    https://states.aarp.org

2 days ago

Top 5 Ways to Improve Brain Health in 2018

January can represent new beginnings and renewed purpose. With that in mind, consider my top five ways to maintain and improve your brain health throughout 2018.

    Top 5 Ways to Improve Brain Health in 2018 -
    January can represent new beginnings and renewed purpose. With that in mind, consider my top five ways to maintain and improve your brain health throughout 2018. Adopt an aerobic exercise routine. Research shows that people in their 70s who briskly walk 40 minutes 3 times per week experience growth of the hippocampus, the brain's "memory center."
    https://states.aarp.org

2 days ago

2 days ago

Civic Center Conservancy shared Denver's Civi...

    Art in the Park: Tree of Transformation
    The Civic Center Conservancy is excited to announce Civic Center Art in the Park: Tree of Transformation, an interactive art installation to be unveiled Thursday, January 18, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Civic Center Park.
    http://www.civiccenterconservancy.org

3 days ago

Death and Knowing – The Thin Edge of Dignity

Two residents died last week.

    Death and Knowing - The Thin Edge of Dignity -
    Two residents died last week. One person had been on Hospice. Her tiny body had struggled to push her walker from her apartment to the dining room, laden with a container of oxygen, from which two plastic tubes entered her nostrils, filling her damaged lungs with life's needed air.
    https://states.aarp.org

3 days ago

Thousands March Downtown With Pro-Life Message

They waved signs and banners as they sung and marched near Colfax Avenue and Lincoln Street.

    Thousands March Downtown With Pro-Life Message
    DENVER (CBS4) - Pro-life supporters took their message to the steps of the State Capitol Building on Saturday. The Celebrate Life rally and march drew in thousands of people who listened to the archbishop of Denver. They waved signs and banners as they sung and marched near Colfax Avenue and Lincoln Street.
    http://denver.cbslocal.com

4 days ago

Thank you Eater! https://denver.eater.com/m...

Thank you Eater! https://denver.eater.com/maps/best-denver-restaurants-38

    The 38 Essential Denver Restaurants, Summer 2017
    Today Eater updates the Eater 38, our list of Denver's essential restaurants. This list is our answer to any question that begins with "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This eclectic group of eateries spans over many cuisines and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs from the hole-in-the-wall casual to the tip top white tablecloth.
    https://denver.eater.com

5 days ago

https://youtu.be/trE7O9xZnUg

https://youtu.be/trE7O9xZnUg

    Cassoulet
    Uploaded by Adam Diller on 2018-01-13.
    https://www.youtube.com/

5 days ago

Advocacy Manager Melissa Sinden Talks 2018 Legislative Session

The 2018 Georgia Legislative Session kicked off this week, and the General Assembly has already completed four legislative days of its 40-day session. We will see much activity over the coming weeks, and AARP Georgia looks forward to working with volunteers and community partners to advance our legislative priorities.

    Advocacy Manager Melissa Sinden Talks 2018 Legislative Session -
    The 2018 Georgia Legislative Session kicked off this week, and the General Assembly has already completed four legislative days of its 40-day session. We will see much activity over the coming weeks, and AARP Georgia looks forward to working with volunteers and community partners to advance our legislative priorities.
    https://states.aarp.org

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