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Survey: Voters Want Candidates to Talk About Social Security, Medicare, Drug Costs & Long Term Care in 2022 Midterm Elections

HARRISBURG, PA — A new survey from AARP Pennsylvania reveals that voters, and especially Pennsylvanians age 50 and older, consider issues like Social Security, Medicare, the cost of prescription drugs, and long-term care …

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Department of Aging Calls on General Assembly to Invest in Older Pennsylvanians, Individuals with Disabilities

WARMINSTER, PA — Department of Aging Secretary Robert Torres was joined yesterday by Sen. Maria Collett, AARP Pennsylvania and community leaders to echo Governor Tom Wolf’s call for the Pennsylvania …

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New AARP Analysis: Only 45.9% of Nursing Home Residents and 18.2% of Staff in Pennsylvania Have Received COVID-19 Booster

HARRISBURG, PA — Fewer than half of nursing home residents in Pennsylvania and only 18.2% of nursing home staff had received a COVID-19 booster as of mid-November, according to the latest data from AARP’s …

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New Research Shows Disparities Limiting Access to Healthcare Services in Pennsylvania’s Underserved Communities

HARRISBURG, PA — A new report by AARP Pennsylvania and Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions highlights how geographic, racial/ethnic and economic factors are combining to restrict access to …

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